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I think I deleted a file or directory from my mp3 player. Now despite having mp3 files, it says "no file" when I try to play music. Any help would be be greatly appreciated. Buda

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    I Have The Same Problem I also Recieved the mp3 recently & I was Wondering if there was a software i can download from the internet so my computer can read it.

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Try to format the player and then copy music back onto the player

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