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I have stupidly reformat my MP3 player using Windows XP and converted my MP3 player into NTFS filesystem. Now the whole damned thing doesnt work when I connect the Mp3 player to the PC. Please help. The Pc could not detect the MP3 player via the USD connection i got one of these not eve a year ago and after a couple of months i couldn't put new music on or take any off, the device part that comes up only has the virtual device part you can go on not the mp3 part it just stopped letting you click on it didn't do anything just wouldn't work anymore, the player still turns on and the computer acknowledges that but doesn't go into that part anymore???? PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

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is there a reset button [pinhole] on the player??
should fix it

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Most MP3 players use the FAT or FAT32 filesystem for their storage. I don't know of any that support NTFS.

You should reformat it to FAT and it should work again.

Please let me know if this works and rate my answer if it has helped you.

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