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I recommend deleting the file, and then redownloading the file on your I-pod. If that doesn't work, then the file is corrupt, and you need to redownload from the internet. Also, make sure that the movie is I-pod compatible.
You are limited on how you can format the device without using command line parameters, but I assure you that needing to format the device is highly unlikely. The device needs a certain amount of available space to profile and create the database (stores the metadata about the media you have on the device to display it on the device). Try removing some media so that you have at least 50MB of free space (to be sure you have enough space available).
If this problem persists, then there is likely a file on the device that is corrupting the player or the flash itself has gotten corrupt, but based on the message you are being displayed, this too is unlikely.
read your manual (the whole thing if you have to then maybe you'll get a better understanding on how to function the MP3 player) if you dont get it then repost your message again saying you read the manual then help with what ever you need and give even more detail on how the mp3 player funtions on the outside