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I think I accidently added a corrupted file and now I cant access my music

I accidently put a corrupted file on my mp3 and now I think it has a virus cuz whenever I try to access my music folder on the computer it says it is corrupted and undreadable and when I try to access it from the mp3 player it just keeps restarting itself. It wont let me delete anything and I dont know what to do...

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Re: I think I accidently added a corrupted file and now I...

Yup... you put a corrupted file on mp3 player... and now mp3 player complains that something is corrupted. It's all the virus's fault. o.O

Reformat your MP3 player.

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Re: I think I accidently added a corrupted file and now I...

Did you try scanning your files or the mp3, if ever you did not try scan it first, if this not work maybe you should format it in the computer and and load another mp3 files.

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