Question about Archos Gmini XS202 MP3 Player
Somehow the data has gotten corrupted and it can no longer read the contents, or worse, memory failure. You might be able to salvage some of the data by connecting it to a computer and copying the files to the computer. Then, disconnect and let the player format the memory.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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