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Computer unable to read files on mp3 and inability to play

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I was transferring files from a mac computer to my mp3 which I usually uses a PC
I think that is why it got froze up.

I used a Windows PC to format it and that was all.

Thanks for the response.

Posted on May 20, 2008

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