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Please help. i've tried re downloading the Phillips cd that i got in the package, and everytime i go to restore or repair my mp3 device, it says that there is a problem, and i don't know how to fix it. and i didn't send in a warranty when i got it so, what should i do?

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A virus is present in your mp3 dev clean the virus it should be fine . Format your mp3 dev thorougly more than once and use the phillips cd accompanied .

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