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Sometimes unplugging your MP3 player will disrupt it's file system if 'Safely Remove Hardware' or 'Eject' is not used. Following these instructions for fixing your Coby Mp-610 MP3 Player will fix your MP3 players file system.

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Mp4 player wont register as a device on my PC

Just follow these steps below:
To check if is really connected to your pc.
Go through: Setting>Control Panel>Administrative Tools>Computer Management>Disk management>
You can try to format it with fat files system or the file system you are accustomed with if there is nothing important on it.

hope this help you

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Mp3 wont work

If the file system is corrupted, you have put files into the wrong folders.
To fix it, simply copy over all of your files from the mp3 player to your computer, format the mp3 player, then synch the files back onto it.

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Throw it away. Company doesn't care. they made their $30.00.

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Unfortunately, the firmware upgrades will not usually result in reloading all the system files from the original firmware. If your unit was displaying "File system error" right out of the box, then your player was probably previosuly-owned. If it is a new problem, a key system file could have been deleted manually or through a basic incompatibility with Windows Media Player 11. At any rate, you will need to go ahead and replace the player if the firmware upgrade does not resolve the issue. Does target even have a firmware update on their website?

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try deleting som files from your mp3 if it says full and try if itl work or copying your file first to a backup then reformating your mp3 player then copy the file back then see if itl work.

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After formatting you can sometimes loose your font file. To replace it simply download the font file from here: Then when viewing the folders on your player make sure the 'System' folder is visible (Tools>Folder Options>Do not hide hidden folders). Simply put font file you downloaded into the System folder on your player.

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Plzzz help=i formatted by accident now it wont...

i guess that you have to reformat it into FAT32 file system using the disk manager in windows (if you're using windows). select my computer using the right key of your mouse, select MANAGEMENT. then select the sub-menu DISK MANAGER. you'll see two logically connected partitions (Sansa_e250 & another partition that is the system partition). try formating the Sansa_e250 partition into FAT32 insted of the default FAT file system!! that helped me after a bug (sansa didn't let me delete songs from is root/music) hope that helps.. p.s. that actually worked for Sansa_c240 p.s.2 if you're a linux user try fdisk (login as root)

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