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If the level of infection by the virus is high, you can try repairing the OS by using the OS cd. You wont loose any installed program if repaired. But the virus will be in dead state after repairing. Then install a good anti virus and do a computer scan. This is the best way to get ride of severely infected virus. The problem you have can be because the virus may have corrupt the mp3 player's exe file
You can reformate the player. plug it into the usb device of you computer and reformate with windows. Or you can run a virus scan through that drive it should say OPAL and have the aniti-virus program clean it for you.
You can access all the files on the MP3 player from the HDD1630 device folder in My Computer. Just navigate to the music folder and copy all your songs to your computer.
You can remove songs from your MP3 player using Windows Media Player.
It's unlikely that your MP3s contain viruses, but you can always scan them once you've copied them to your computer. 'Corrupt mp3 file' more likely means the file is in the wrong format or was written incorrectly.