Question about Acer MF35 MP3 Player
The reason is: the software cant read data from the storage medium. When the software built in looks at the command to get data and executes it the storage medium (hard disk) isnt responding. It is likely a hardware error. If the item is new than try returning it to the store it came from or exchanging it. Also check the manufacturer as they may replace it under warranty.
If you do not have these options than try to search google for a FirmWare update specific to your model of player. This is usually available from ACER or whoever made the unit. If that doesnt fix the problem than it is a hardware problem for sure and probably is destined to meet the trashcan.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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This sounds like a drive error.
Try right clicking the drive in windows explorer then properties>tools>error checking>check now and tick both boxes and then start.
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