Question about Audio Players & Recorders
One MP3 file suddenly would not play, would not open, froze up the player, and I rebooted by removing the battery. Plugged into a USB port on the computer and a window came up saying the file was corrupt and/or lost its directory address.
Tried to enter the directory address which it would not take and I can't delete it. Every time I try to delete it this window come up saying it is corrupted. Every other music file works just fine.
Well actually you can't just remove it alone just like that..since it is corrupted..you ll have to take back up n format your MP3 player !! that ll make your much safe and better..I suggest that you should format it as soon as possible..else it may corrupt other files..
Posted on May 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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