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My mp3 player works fine as a usb drive, i can store files correctly, it is recognised by the computers etc... but when i turn it on as a player, it says "No file". i tried to format it, nothing changed. i plugged it on an apple computer a few days ago, and that's when the problem started. Does anyone know what i should do?

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Hi:
Your player is need to format with fat file system not fat32 file system
just format to fat and re copy songs i hope the player show the songs ok ..............

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