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Files have gone!

I pushed the configuration button to Fast and seem to have lost all my files! What have I done and how can I repair the damage? Help please!

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Re: Files have gone!

Do you mean you lost all of your MP3 files? If so, just copy them back to your device using the provided USB cable. If you mean that you need to update/install the firmware on the device you can get the firmware files from: and install them by using the guide(pdf) listed there as well. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 31, 2007

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