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I have used my MP3 player for quite a while now and currently I have a few audio books on my M300 player and I can listen to them - now I am trying to pull it up on my Windows Explorer window to delete the ones I have finished and it says "the disk in Drive F is not formatted" and asks if I want to reformat! What happened?

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