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I have the same issue on my Samsung YP-T7JZ player. Nowhere has a solution. Search on web for days, nothing found. Only solution is, throw it against the wall. Collect the pieces and send them back to the manufacturer because these tech supporters don't know what this issue is.
Have you tried deleting this 4MB ? ... try it.. if it didn't work.. then hard-reset your MP3 Player, because there is an error in your DB structure caused by false-copying or power spike... something like that.
try to find the system recovery software to rewrite the firmware for this model here:}
On this page form Samsun you will find the software, firmware etc related with you player.
Need to have service pack 2, media player 10 only from the factory cd, take a pin and press the reset button for 5 seconds. And the charch the device not from the usb port but from a motorola cell phone adaptor. It has the same plug.