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Files erased and wont let me download

I have had it for a month downloaded it with songs when the battery died I put a new one in it and it reads NO FILES so I went to the computer to download more songs and it wont let me what is going on?

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    I Have The Same Problem It Sucks

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    Same thing happened to me a few days ago. >.<

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Sounds like a format issue
it is one of the ch inese mp4 ?
if you can detect it to a hard format via usb
one other way is try to hook it up on another laptop
if you know the model # do a search on the web
it may be in chinglish but it's worth a shot
educate yourself with your model. but these are pretty cheap
under $20 now so you know the qualityu!

Posted on Feb 02, 2009

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