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Everytime I try to turn on my mp3 it says "FAT ERROR Error! Reformat external media with Sigma Tel formatter" how do i get it working????


Hi,

In order to resolve this problem you will need download Sigma Tel formatter, plug your MP3 into your computer and then reformat it.

You can find the software by clicking here

-G33k

May 24, 2011 | RCA S2001 MP3 Player

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Reformatted error


Do your files open when you hook it up to the USB in your computer? If so copy and save them there then try reformatting the player's drive.
If you can't copy the files to your computer, go to http://tinyurl.com/y5p85or, (click on "proceed to site") and pick a file recovery app. Use that to recover your music files to your computer, then try reformatting your mp3 player. If it reformats and works OK you're lucky --if not at least you will have copied your music.

Apr 23, 2010 | I-BEAD 200 (128 MB) MP3 Player

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When I turn it on I get an error message: Error: Reformat internal media as FAT16. If I let the screen go blank then turn it on again holding the button for about 10 seconds it does finally come on. What...


you may need to reformat it according to the computer you are using. If you, just select the drive in my computer(where your hard drive/cdrom/all that **** is) hit format, at the top there will be a drop down menu, click fat16 from there, then select quick format...should fix everything

Apr 01, 2010 | MyMusix PD-6070 MP3 Player

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Boot error, shutting down. help solve this problem


auyou got to reformat your mp4.
for that you got to go to "my computer", do a rigth click on the mp4 icon and select reformat.f43e9f3.jpg please rated my solution...8f2ec94.jpg

Feb 10, 2009 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Mp3 player say's Fat Error Reformat external media with sigma Telformatter


every time i turn on my mp3 player it says "Error reformat external media with sigma telformatter

Jul 13, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Error reformat internal media as fat16


Hi,

Try formatting it with FAT32.

Mar 31, 2008 | iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player

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Reformat Internal Media as FAT16


Depending on the requirements of the mp3 player, you may just have to right-click format in Explorer, or a computer guru friend to format it for you with a partitioning program if it needs a partition table.

Feb 13, 2008 | RCA TH1500 MP3 Player

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"Error! Reformat Internal Media as FAT16" what happened


go to my computer> properties>hardware > device manager >universal bus driver>right click on it> update driver>
then1
1.yes this time only> next 2.choose advanced option>next 3don't search i"ll update from........>next4.click on show campatible> next> next 5. now it updated then restart you computer

your problem will now soved

May 20, 2007 | iLO (2 GB) MP3 Player

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FOXDA FM-6602 MP3 Player


The Player was damaged and requested you to reformat the drive "media". Now you've reformatted it with a different FileSystem. You have to format it using the "Command Prompt".. Click Start, then select "Run..." Then Type "cmd" you'll get a black screen, and a prompt line. Type format X: /fs:fat note: (X:) is the drive letter for your mp3 player's media. Now agree by typing Y. If you got errors, that mostly means that your media went bad & not worth the repair. Tell us what happen with you. Good Luck

Mar 29, 2007 | Foxda Technology FM 6602 MP3 Player

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