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Flash error! please backup the data and format the player

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Remove the player program, Then reinstall the converter program from the disk first. Then reinstall the primary program, this will ddelete the converter program you just installed. When I did this the Player began to work properly. Why? Any ans I came up with does not make sense. It just happened to solve the problem for me. Hope it does the same for you. Also, doing this you will find ( at least i did) that youare starting from scratch as if it were a new machine.

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