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MY MP3 is not working &I'm getting extremely frustrated, please help

After I loaded about 25 songs on my MP3 and it got loaded on the MP3. I went to access it ,but it froze. I tried restarting it and turning it off ,but I can't . Now I'm extremely mad and would like to get an solution to this.

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Re: MY MP3 is not working &I'm getting extremely...

Hi, Here's what I would do: 1.take out the battery (if you can't just let it them run out). 2. Charge with new batteries. 3. If you still can't access your songs connect the MP3 to the computer and format it (stand on the MP3 icon and right click - choose Format). It should be ok from here on. Try uploading the songs again. Let me know if it worked and please rate it.

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