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I deleted something from the folder SYSTEM

So, I deleted a folder form the SYSTEM named "o". Now, whenever I try to play a song, it will say "Bad Track" on the screen and .... that's it. Nothing more. Can you please help me? I tried installing the firmware updater and after going through all the process, it says: "no updates are available at the time, please check later"

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The original firmware is here;

CLICK HERE

It will download a ZIP folder that you will need to uncompress. Double click on it and you should see a file named pp5022.mi4.

Connect your device to the PC in MSC mode. Go to My Computer and you will see the device listed (c200 / c240 / c250) and drag & drop the pp5022.mi4 file onto this icon.

Disconnect the device and it should re-start and install the firmware back onto your device.




Best of Luck.

Posted on Nov 18, 2007

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