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"Internal media as"...

I was putting more files into my MP3 player, turned it off and disconnected it. I have Mp3 music files in there as well as a few pictures and it was working fine.

When I went back and connected it again into my PC and turned on the MP3 player to add more files...it had a message on the screen - "internal media as", and I can't open the files in my computer either. My PC says there is an I/O device error.

It does not function as a regular player either. If I want to listen to music, the screen on the player says "internal media as".

How do I fix it?

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SOURCE: how do i reformat the internal media?

You can format MP3 Player 2 ways: 1) Plug it into a computer and when it comes up as a disk drive in my computer, right click on it and click format. Choose the filesystem as FAT (not NTFS). OR 2) Format from the MP3 Player Disk Tool or options. If this doesn't do the trick then get back to me. Thanks, Lolita

Posted on Jun 18, 2007

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SOURCE: "Error! Reformat Internal Media as FAT16" what happened

I opened Windows Vista and used the Disk Management from Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management... If you notice, there's a drive on there with unallocated space (same drive letter as your MP3 player). Right-click that drive and select New Simple Volume. Make sure it's FAT and not FAT32 and begin the format. Mine works great now! Hope it works for you =)

Posted on Sep 15, 2007

SOURCE: Screen displays..(internal media as...)

Dude, remove the batery, then, connect your mp3 in your computer, select in Windows menu: Format...but format in FAT...not in FAT32..or Ntfs...then, disconnect and connect again...put music...and thats it...¡¡¡ enjoy again...

 ;)

Bye..

Posted on Oct 30, 2007

SOURCE: The media device has either stopped responding or has been disconnected

i gt the same prob on my sony walkman

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

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SOURCE: error reformat internal media as fat16

Hi,

Try formatting it with FAT32.

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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