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Always shows 40% and will not load

Whilst trying to load music to player, computer crashed and now YP1 shows it is loading at 40% but I cannot access any files, etc. PC states that the player is corrupted. Any bright ideas on how to rectify?

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Re: always shows 40% and will not load

Plug in your player in USB port.After the system reckognizes it right click on My Computer.Select Manage.Computer Management should open.Go to Disk Management.There you`l have disk 0(your hard dribe) and another disk drive which should be YP-1.Right click on YP`s disk folume and select format.Wait a bit,then a dialogue will pop-up.Select format,start the operation and wait until it finishes.After the format is complete your player should work fone.It helped me some months ago and i hope it`ll help you too cuz the situation is exactly the same

Posted on Jan 04, 2007

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