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fat16 is the type of usb formatting your device should have, what you should do is plug your device in go to computer right click the name of the device and click format that select fat which is fat16. that should fix your device.
connect to your computer and then open "my computer" right click on the player, select properties and then tools. select format and set to fat16, you can also scan for errors from this tab by checking the box.
you may need to reformat it according to the computer you are using. If you, just select the drive in my computer(where your hard drive/cdrom/all that **** is) hit format, at the top there will be a drop down menu, click fat16 from there, then select quick format...should fix everything
Wow! FAT16! I wonder why it would want you to do that?
Here's how you do it on a Windows-based OS:
Connect mp3 player to computer
Double-click My Computer
Right-click the icon of the mp3 player
When it gives you a choice between FAT and FAT32, choose FAT
Depending on the requirements of the mp3 player, you may just have to right-click format in Explorer, or a computer guru friend to format it for you with a partitioning program if it needs a partition table.
go to my computer> properties>hardware > device
manager >universal bus driver>right click on it> update
driver> then1 1.yes this time only> next2.choose advanced option>next3don't search i"ll update from........>next4.click on show campatible> next> next5. now it updated then restart you computer your problem will now soved