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Il0 mp3 my ilo mp3 fell out of my pocket so sum buttons got broke now the only way i can turn it on was by plugging it into the computer and its worked perfectly fine doing that now for 2 yrs. but i let a friend borrow it and i asked them what they did and they said they just unplugged it now it says. wroung format reformat the player. why is it doing that and how can i fix it to listen to my music plz help.

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They may have Unplugged it B4 it was ready to be unplugged... this has probably "Corrupted" the Data... :( Unfortuantely ya probably going to have to reformat and put new music on it, ya may be able to get the data back with an un-erase program .. but I doubt that but worth a try here for the unerase proggy. http://www.dirfile.com/freeware/unerase.htm As for the formatting look here http://www.teleadapt.com/faq-minimp3.php Good luck

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