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HOW DO YOU FORMAT??

How do you format? Iv added songs to my JNC 2 gig mp3 player bt wen i tried to play them it reads empty disk.i plugged it in to my pc nd there isnt a virus so i thought reformatting would help.i tried wit windows XP bt i cant, it says its write protected. wt do i do?

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  • Rebecca Bekker Jan 10, 2008

    i de-fragged my mp3 player then re-formatted it.

    it works perfectly now.

  • ipod lover Jan 13, 2008

    Boot error

  • Anonymous May 08, 2008

    empty disk

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Ok how do i r-format and de-fragged

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