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This happens when i turn it on

When i turn my mp3 player on this is what pops up MTP BD mismatch format and than it tells me to delete more than 4.0MB. I have deleted on my music, and in the radio recs there is 3 or more files saying this yyyyy. But it lets me listen to the radio.

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Re format the player as a drive using a windows pc

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