Question about Audio Players & Recorders
PLEASE NOTE: Re-formatting the MP3 Player will result in a loss of all original files!
I can personally say that the comment posted by 'babayigit-em' works perfectly. The procedure I followed was:
1) START > Run > (In this section enter the command: CMD)
2) In this black MS-DOS box enter the following command: FORMAT F: then press ENTER (Note:' F:' was the name of the drive my MP3 took, this will be different for many people so enter the one in 'My Computer' which your 'removable disc' MP3 takes up)
3) The command will produce a set of information i.e. your MP3 has so many bites and free bites etc., it may ask you to press ENTER again at a later stage it did for me click ENTER where it says and the message 'Format completed' should appear on the screen
4) Remove the MP3 drive from the PC, switch it on (It will say NO MP3 FILE) then re-insert it and hey presto it should work normally again but unfortunately the original files will have been lost.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
Mates i had same problem and then i tried to format from msdos and it is ok now. just you have to write
format (disk name): enter
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