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My card has an extra file

I use my card in an mp3 player...it was always working but now when i have like 70 files it tells me i have 71..so i took off everything on the card and on my computer it reads the card COMPLTELY EMPTY but on my mp3 it says there is 1 file and even if i try to play it..it says " 04 Err" pls help!!!!!!!!! :/

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If you just want to wipe everything off the card, you can always just format it. Go into "My Computer," right-click on the drive in question, and choose "Format." Click the "Start" button at the bottom and wait for your computer to completely wipe and reformat your card.
Then just put your old music files back on the card and try it in your MP3 player again.
Keep in mind that some files are "hidden" when you look at them on your computer (unless you've chosen to "Show hidden files and folders"). These files are typically system-generated files used by your software to store temporary settings.

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