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I hope you have Sonic Stage software installed in your computer to transfer mp3 files in this mp3 player.
Plug mp3 player in computer and Sonic Stage software and transfer few mp3 files in mp3 player. software will take care of that error as well and will install required files/ folders in mp3 player automatically.

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