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Help When I turn it on sometimes instead of saying loading it will pop up as 000099 and it will immediately turn off. I will turn it back on and over half of my songs will play as if on fast forward. I tried to connect it to my computer and it says that the E: drive is corrupted and unreadable. Can anyone help, please?

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When the starting screen comes up hit the menu button

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