Question about Coby MP-610 MP3 Player
The reason for that error message is because some files are corrupted. Before doing this procedure, back up EVERYTHING on your mp3 player, EVERYTHING! Okay, so after you have backed up your files, you have to format your mp3 player. So, plug your mp3 into your computer and right click on it and click "format". Check "Quick Format" (for faster speed) and begin formatting. After formatting, remove your mp3 player and that message should stop coming back.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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