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Can't format nor put songs

I tried formatting my mp3 player, but it said unsuccessful.
i tried doing the same about 6 times. but none worked.
i opened the folder, i saw that there were some files, and they cannot be erased. i tried putting in more songs and i can't either.
what can i do????

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2007

    i cant erase a song on it, some of the songs come up unknown and dont play

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Have you updated the firmware? That is the place to start.

Posted on Dec 30, 2007

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