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My hdd Toshiba MK2006Gal don't function corretly. It's mounted on MP3 player ACER mp-330. My PC ricognizes it and I can transfer file on HDD. The problem is when the mp3 player tries to read file, don't manage to open the internal directory and so don't "see" the file. In the hdd I don't see any File System or System Volume. Perhaps their missing don't allows at player to reading corretly directory and files? Where can I found file system suitable for this player and add on HDD? Thank you! Paolo

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SOURCE: the file or directory is corrupted and unreadable

You unplugged it when data was still written on it so it was corrupted. Some files are still recoverable so use
http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Back-Up-and-Recovery/smart-recovery.shtml
to get them. 

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