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No database load music and it says no database

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  • meishah Jan 06, 2009

    same thing i have syinced it and loaded it with songs but when i go to play it says no data base?why?

  • ct_bohn Jan 07, 2009

    unable to play my music because i accidentally switched the format and am unable to switch it back

  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2009

    I need help

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When i try to copy music over and play it, the mp3 says NO DATABASE

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Hey what's the problem and what dop i need to do to slove it

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If not, Try formatting the device thru My Computer>Device name (U10)>Right Click and select format.(this will erase everything on the device)



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