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It says file system error when i try to turn it on then it automatically shuts off. what can i do to fix the error??

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  • Chaki Dec 17, 2007

    System error

  • Chaki Dec 17, 2007

    YO! System error

  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2008

    it says file system error i have tried to delete all music but i am not sure how to do it pleaseeeeeeeee help me i have only had it two weeks and cant take it back i just want to find out if it can be fixed or if it is junk

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Had the same problem, but could not reformat, until I read elsewhere on the net that you should not format using FAT32, but just select FAT16 or FAT, it worked with my XP pc.

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Have you tried re-formatting it yet? Look at your instruction for how to do this.

Posted on Jun 08, 2007

  • Ken Christensen
    Ken Christensen Jun 08, 2007

    Recommend you take a look at this Creative MP3 PLayers FAQ site first, it has a lot of info. BTW, I have the Nano (but not Plus) and I think the reset-switch hole they refer to is next to the USB connector on mine.
    http://forums.creative.com/creativelabs/...

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