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Try formatting the device again using its built-in formatting features.
(WARNING: There is no way you can retrieve your data. Since it has already been formatted, it's assumed that you have backup.)
In your Sony NW-E405 MP3 Player:
1. Press and hold the SEARCH/ MENU button
2. Go to ADVANCED MENU (press the Play/ Stop button)
3. Select FORMAT (press Play/ Stop button)
4. From the opt "Format OK?" select OK (press the Play/ Stop button)
5. Once finished, you can Cancel out.
After these steps, your device should screen out "No Data." From there, you can re-transfer your files.
Comment by MAHMOOD, posted on Oct 22, 2007
my younger brother plugged my megf20 gigabeat to pc and he formatted that using windows xp format disk utility now when i am turning on the gigabeat i just see an error and that is
no system found on hdd
error number is 00100060
if you can help me please
Usually MP3 Players are to be formatted with the FAT32 File System. This can be easily done on Windows. Simply connect the Mp3 Player to your computer via the USB. Then Windows should be able to detect it just fine. Go to My Computer and right clock on the new device (that is the MP3 Player) and select "Format". Format as FAT32 and try again.
PS: You may want to backup all data (if that is possible) before you attempt this Format thing.
1.U need to reformat player first:
see page 52 of owners manual(application software)
2.when formatting with gigabeat finished u need to restore of the firmware data see page 51 of the manual.
Piece of cake,dude!