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I deleted all the music files from my player and now it won't download
any music it always comes up with erroe message

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Plug in your device to your computer. It should let you know which removable disk it is. Then click on my computer right click on the removable disk and then hit format. I had the same problem I did that and I am able to download music and videos and pictures now.

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