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When i turn on my mp3 and go to any file it reads disk error how can i fix this problem so that i can sync music from my computer to it

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Hi,
try to reset your mp3 player; or try to format the memory card (if the mp3 player use memory card).

its better if you provide me the model number of your player.

thanks for your question.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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