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My Matsui 2GB MP3 player switcheson, plays for about 10 seconds then goes back to do in internal disk chech again and is uable to ply anymore and at time powers off!

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Run the recovery program which is on the product CD.

Follow the on-screen prompts.

This will format the player and re-install the firmware.

Posted on May 07, 2008

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