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Data loss... Hey! Is it normal that i lost all data when i just change the battery (after shutting down of course) ..? i hope it won't happen each time... Thanx to let me know if it happened to you as well!

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  • adpit Nov 26, 2008

    well, the MP3 is brand new and i changed the battery just a minute after it went flat. I actually just read on your website a similar case and it's obviously not supposed to happen. So I guess i will just change it for a new one if it happens again. Thx for your help anyway and keep helping us! =)

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If you leave the battery out, or dead, for an extended amount of time, it will reset. if you replace batteries as soon as they start going weak, you shoul dbe fine.

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