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Ipod not working

It always says that could not access E: drive..... i/o device error it says this when I try to turn on my mp3 player and when I try to access my file when I have it plugged into my computer can u please help me?

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U go to ur device manager and u uninstall the question mark symbol i did it n it worked
go to start
my computer
view system information system information
hardware
device manager
then uninstall the question mark
ur welcome i just learned now =)
it would be nice to help others also like i helped you just sayin
i aint shur if this gonna work just try

Posted on Oct 31, 2008

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