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Corrupt? My Mp3 player needed a new battery. I put the battery in and turned it on and now my music folder and all the rest of my music is gone. i tried to format it but my computer freezes and i dont know what to do.

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Have u tried up grading the firmware ????? or u could work past the freezing. wait till it unfreezes or keep trying eventually it will format

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Have you gone to the mp3 player in my computer?
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