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The mp3 player says file system error when i go to music

The mp3 player says file system error when i go to open up my music whats wrong

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  • CBARCLAY Mar 23, 2009

    FILE SYSTEM ERROR

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2009

    even after formatting, it still shows system error but i can still upload music onto my MP3....and play on the computer. but it cant work on standalone

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COnnect the mp3 player to computer via USB cable and format it by right click and format in MY computer..then again put mp3 files into it..

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What does MSC mean when I pug in my mp3 thats what comes up on screen

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