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MP3 Player not finding files

Used to be that when I accessed my MP3s, the phone would ask me if I wanted to see if the card was updated. If I chose "No," it went right to the songs. Well, now it says it can't find any files until after I go through an update. What happened and how do I fix it?

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You need to reformat the card and start over

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