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Not working The MP3 player is not working. It won't play any songs (even though they are MP3 files). It had some unrecognized file on it the other day which I deleted. I don't remember what it was called. The file re-appeared the next day. I deleted it again. The MP3 player already wasn't working when I deleted the file. I hoped deleting it would solve the problem. I can't find the hidden system folder on it which the manual says it should have. Is there a way to restore it?

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If you have the manual in digital form, please post it on this site. Search the manual for a way to reset the device, if you can't find it try disconnecting it from any power source(AC, batteries, etc) for a few days. On showing Hidden files/folders: from windows explorer, while inside the GPX external drive- click on tools>folder options>view>hidden files and folders Good luck

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