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System error No.32

Hi Everyone, Has anybody had this error..this appeared on my mp3 plyer last night after trying to upload tracks to it..and would not dissappear. Does anybody know how to fix it? Thanks in advance. B

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Re: System error No.32

Try the reset button !!!!!!! I can't believe i didn't think of that. I was just looking for answers to the problem and i was trying to find a way to remove the battery cover as others suggested and when i found the reset button and tried it everything was back to normal!!

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Re: System error No.32

I ahd the same problem with my walkman and i pressed the reset button on the bottom. it rectified the problem and i did not lose any songs. hope it helps.

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