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Disk error When I go in any of my setting (music,picture,movie,e-book,record,and voice) it say **** error. Please help me

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In my mp3 this hepend wen i turn on and off a lots of time in the same time.
i have find the solution by my self...
... just format your mp4 ,if you dont now how just mail me.
please rated my solution...

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