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Formatting a drive means resetting it to manufacturer settings
And deleting everything in there, this solves most of hard
Disk problems, mp3s ipods ect..
if its powering on without being connected to anything do the following.connect it via usb cable to your pc, or if it’s a hard drive its already connected. click on start, right click on my computer and go to manage in the table select, "storage" then "disk management"in that table find the drive that relates to your mp3 player or hard drive if its not there "buy a new mp3/ hard drive" this is faulty" if its therethen right click on it and select "new partition"you just next next everything and then format it and aftera while it shows "healthy2unplug it, plug it back on and that's it your drive is fully working now move what ever you want to it just like before.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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