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Corrupt playlists The battery ran down and after recharging it I switched it on. Every playlist is corrupt. Entries display as [{[u*u7//]]676 . I managed to get the data off but it won't repair or allow me to format. Any suggestions? Thanks

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Connect the player to the power supply and PC.

Press and hold [Vol +] & [POWER] until player resets.

As soon as the screen goes blank, release [Vol +] & [POWER] and press and hold [Vol -].

Player should show the connection screen, but without the status line at the top

PC will recognise the player as a removable drive.

Once the PC says that the device is ready to use, open My Computer and player should be in the list. (GoGear)

Right click on the player and select format.

Tick the "Quick Format box" and make sure the format is FAT32, and click start.

When the player has formatted, safely remove, and power up. You will get an error message on the player saying "connect to PC".

Connect to PC normally and repair with Device Manager.

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