Question about Lexar LDP-200 MP3 Player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Connect the device in Storage Device (USB Mass Storgae) Mode and then format the storage disc to FAT you can use the DOS command: format X: /fs:fat where X: is the storage disc drive letter.
Posted on May 24, 2007
The solution is correct. I emailed email@example.com and received an email the next day with a firmware patch that reformatted my player.
Just an FYI, this did NOT work under Vista and since I had an XP media center laptop sitting next to me I didn't play with it. On the XP system it worked flawlessly. I ended up with a fully functional MP3 player again, nothing in the folder at all and it only took a minute.
Send them an email and I would expect you'd get a response within 1-2 business days. As mentioned, my response was within 18 hours.
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
Connect your player to your computer. when the computer finds your player, open my computer. Highlight your player by left clicking. Choose the folder you want to format, Usually the music folder. Next, left click and a menu will open giving you options such as format drive. a menu will open. choose to format using fat 32
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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