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I think I have an error message but screen is cracked and I can't read it

I hook up my Insignia NS DV4G and it will let me transfer all the media I want. I unhook it from the USB and try to play a song and an error message pops up, however, the screen is cracked and I am unable to see the whole message.
The part that I can read says:
OR**
open
file
and the rest is blacked out by the screen, I don't care if the screen is cracked as long as it plays music. Has anyone else had a message close to this come up? Even if you don't know how to fix it let me know what it says and maybe I can figure it out.

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  • Anonymous Feb 06, 2008

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  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2008

    i try to play a song it says **error** cant open this file but i had it in ther before and now it doesnt work

  • syd34 Feb 13, 2008

    The formatting worked! thank you very much!

  • Anonymous Feb 04, 2009

    I've been fighting w/ my Insignia for days! Taking stuff off and reloading it and I get the same error! I reformatted per the suggestion below and IT WORKS!

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Try and format the player then reload the songs.

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