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Mine is exactly the same :(

A couple of weeks ago i accidently deleted the file format on my PHILIPS GOGEAR mp3 player and now when i try to listen to music the screen flashes and a message appears saying "file format not supported" please please please help!!

I have looked in the recycling bin on my pc and its not in there either

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This might sound silly but format it again.hook it up to your computer and right click it and go down to the word format and format it to the fat file system.this would restore it the factory setting also make sure that your songs are wma or mp3.any questions or furthur instruction email me at gamecrazy944@yahoo.com.

p.s easy fix

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