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My mp3 files have corupted

Hiiiiii my mp3 palyer files have been corrupted it's folder in system shows files in different player no files.........

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How do i reformat my mp3 player?

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Re: my mp3 files have corupted

Thats awful. i suggest that your should reformat your mp3 player. it was corrupt by certain viruses.

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Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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