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What's volume label

Won't let me format my mp3 asking for the volume label

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    WON'T LET ME FORMAT MY MP3

  • burnzman_702 May 02, 2009

    i have the same problem with my mp3 player. can someone help?

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When i go to format my mp3 it say windows can not complete format plz help.

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Try this... connect your mp3 player to your computer. click on my computer and look for the drive where your mp3 is connected. if it has a name on the drive like ie. ABCDE (E:) that abcde is the volume label. when you reformat your drive and its asking for the volume label just type in those character beside the drive letter.

goodluck!

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

When i go to format my mp3 it say windows can not complete format plz help.

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In order to Fix Your Problem with the "Flash Error" Message on your PD-6030 Mp3 Player try these three Solutions.

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