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RCA H100A I turn on my MP3 player and it makes a funny noise and doesn't load and then gives me an error message that says "FAT error plz connect UMS device format."  I have MAC so I can't mess around with F drives and D drives or anything like that.  When it charges it doesn't show up on system. it goes to the main screen but has nothing under any of it. Every time I try turning on my mp3 player it makes a clicking sort of sound and then says FAT ERROR PLZ CONNECT UMS HDD. I don't know how to fix it. I've tried the reset button and I've tried connecting it to other computers, but nothing works.

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Drop it about 2ft on hard surface if it does not work try other way

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