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I keep getting Fat Error. I have not dropped the unit. This proplem has just started today. Now my computer will not recignize the player, F5 will not refresh the player. If there is anyway you can HELP ME please it would do a world of wonders. Thanks R.Martin

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  • Madamegigi Apr 12, 2008

    thanks but that doesn't do anything but leave it sitting on disk icon.

  • Madamegigi Apr 13, 2008

    well ladies & gentlemen, i no longer have a problem with the player. a nice big hammer took care of the trouble for me.

    thanks anyway. madamegigi

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This error means that the player's partition's got messed up. Is there a way you can force the player into Disk Mode? If so, try that. If it works, the computer would recognize it. You can then right click on the drive and select "Reformat". That should fix everything.

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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    Benjamin Paul Apr 13, 2008

    You may need to re-download the firmware after this as well. You should be able to get it from the website of the company that makes your mp3 player.

  • Benjamin Paul
    Benjamin Paul Apr 16, 2008

    Well, problem solved I suppose.

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