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FOXDA FM-6602 MP3 Player

Good morning a got a problem of my mp3 player foxda brqnd with the model of fm-6602 mp3 player. i reformat the player after that there is a error will appear from the screen the error is "reformat media" please help me to solve my problem so that i can use back my mp3 player please... im waiting your reply... good bless you always

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The Player was damaged and requested you to reformat the drive "media". Now you've reformatted it with a different FileSystem. You have to format it using the "Command Prompt".. Click Start, then select "Run..." Then Type "cmd" you'll get a black screen, and a prompt line. Type format X: /fs:fat note: (X:) is the drive letter for your mp3 player's media. Now agree by typing Y. If you got errors, that mostly means that your media went bad & not worth the repair. Tell us what happen with you. Good Luck

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