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Inoi partition error

My inoi says partition error when i turn it on and when i put the usb and it together it shows nowhere in my computer

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    my INOi says partition error when i turn it on and try to get to the music, the battery is fully charged and it was working just a few days ago.... please help

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My INOI also has the same problem. It says "PARTITION ERROR" when I turn on (using the USB drive plugged into the computer). Upon reading and researching on the Internet, I feel that the battery inside may be weak for startup. Looks like installing a new battery would help ??

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