Download the disc that came with it no matter what windows/mac/lenux version you have.
drag it all out to your desktop.
look through the folders for a program with a rocket ship icon.
plug your mp3 player into the computer.
select "firmware upgrade" on the computer.
select the newest upgrade.
then click "upgrade firmware" and it'll be fixed for the system error, but you'll have to re-download the music.
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If you have a file system error, The only way to repair it is to format it. You need to have it connected to pc, then go to my computer, then to go F: drive or whatever drive the player is on, then you can access the files from there.
i think your mp3 player have its own program, file system error have all symptoms maybe in your windows system or in your mp3 player software, heres a tip: install a firmware of your mp3 player, run the scandisk or defrag your MP3 player... if the error exist try to insert your mp3 player to another computer to check if the problem is exist.