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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to the Coby website, look for your model player.On the that page there is an option to download latest firmware and the video converter.Download the zip file for the firmware.PLEASE NOTE...when you unzip the file please read the pdf file for instuction before you try to click the actual firmware file.One important reason is because using the firmware update restores your player to manufactures default and deletes all files presently on it....So my advice back up your files and read the instructions carefully.This fireware update is specifically to fix that sys err problem.
I hope it all works out
here is the link to the page
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
hope u got this fixed but if not i know where you can go to cobyusa.com and put the model number in product search the click firmware and download to ur desktop. open it up and u will have 24 grey boxes then plug in the mp3 and clik the firmware button right below box 24 one there is a green check in box 1 then its fixed and u can disconnect it and re add ur files
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: File system error
If you have a file system error, The only way to repair it is to format it. You need to have it connected to pc, then go to my computer, then to go F: drive or whatever drive the player is on, then you can access the files from there.
Posted on Aug 24, 2009
Plug it in to the computer... Go to MY COMPUTER and go to the drive which has the MP3 PLAYER... RIGHT CLICK on it and click on FORMAT and QUICK FORMAT... Now hit START... It will say warning, formatting will erase your music etc... This is okay... Once it is done formatting unplug it and turn it on... It should now WORK... If not then try again... If not then sorry... But it worked for me twice...
Posted on Nov 23, 2009
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