Question about Sony NW-E405 MP3 Player
Try creating a new or extended partition in the unused space using a later version of Partition Magic (www.download.com)This problem usually occurs due to a previous format not completing correctly IE the MP3 player was removed from the USB source before completing a previous format. Check to see that there is not a pinhole reset button on your MP3 player (requiring a paperclip or pen to be inserted into the pinhole and pressed until a factory reset of the device completes) Much like resetting a digital watch)once reset to factory you can attempt to format the device fully again.
Posted on May 17, 2007
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