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Hi, Till Sunday my Autobaby mp3 player was working fine. And then yesterday I plugged in my mp3 to the usb port of my computer and then went to my computer as usual to open the folder and add some music. But unfortunately when I tried to open the mp3 on my computer, it just wouldn't open and this is the message which appears. The File of Directory is corrupted and unreadable. What should I do? The mp3 player working fine, I can listen to music. But now I can't add or delete any music coz I can't access the folder. Why is this message coming therE?

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Thow it in the garbage can its a pile of ****

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