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My mp3 player is having a nervous breakdown

Ok, so, I was carrying my mp3 player with me, and when I turned it on, it came up and said "Searching files: 20%". It went through the whole thing like it is supposed to, but when it got to "Sorting: 80%" it rebooted itself. So, I emptied it and turned it back on (I've done that 3 times before, and it always loaded up with no songs), and it is getting to "Searching files: 20%" and rebooting. I have to keep the player locked to keep it from turning on and rebooting itself so much it kills the battery. What do I do?

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Re: My mp3 player is having a nervous breakdown

I fixed this by plugging it into the usb and formating the drive, unplugging and restarting it. Then I was able to use it again.

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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Re: My mp3 player is having a nervous breakdown

I found this from forum: looks like others may have had the same problem.

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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