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Mp3 player it keey saying somethingg about fat 16

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  • Libby13 Jun 10, 2008

    it still wont work but thanks anyway

  • Libby13 Jun 10, 2008

    help

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Corrupted,. try to restore it using itunes, or try to do this hold the menu and center for a few secs. and w8 for it boot..

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