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Memory Problem when i was listening to my mp3 player, my mp3 player keeps on spaming Bad Track and when i had this problem before i fixed it. but when i tried it this time it didn't work instead i got a Spam of files that i can't see on the computer, but i saw one thing the "MUSIC" file and there is a spam of these file that is named "a" and when i try to delete the files it doubles. and there is a "MUSIC file inside a "MUSIC" file and it goes on and on. How do i fix this?

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Use windows reformat utility. go to my computer and locate the mp3 player. right click it and click reformat. and then reformat it.

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