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Bought a noname mp3 player on ebay, had lots of trouble with it.Turns out to be LiSong branded. Wouldnt play wmas so I had to convert files to mp3, then had format problems. Hit delete all and now lost everything including set up. Disc provided wont load either. What now??

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  • Doug Folber Sep 09, 2008

    Did what you suggested, then sync. my media player files into the mp3(took over 3hrs! ) and it WORKS!! Playing WMAs which it didnt before. Thanks so much!!!!

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Try to connect the player to your computer via USB cable and then hopefully it will be detected by the computer, If its detected double click Mycomputer icon and look for the MP3 player there, just right click on it then format so it will be clean...

Hope that helps.........

Posted on Sep 09, 2008

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