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Files corrupted can not add or delete anything to memory card.

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  • tonythree Jul 26, 2008

    I figures it out. The mp3 player comes up as a removable disk so it acts as another hard drive once connected to a computer by the usb port. I just reformatted it and reloaded my songs. Case solved.....

  • tonythree Jul 26, 2008

    Boy I feel so stupid as I didn't read any comments on this forum before I decided to try to format. If I have read you replys in the first place I would have saved a lot of time. Thank you all, Tony......

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Try to format If the memory card will not format then go to disk management in windows platform and there choose memory card and Delete it after that format it (When deleting some message will show every time click on the yes button).........
If it does not work then give me Ur E-mail ID I will u Send u a memory card repair software by which U can repair Ur Corrupted MMC but for these above thing U need a memory card reader.........................

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Did you try to reformat the memory card? This will erase all your files but it will also get rid if all the corrupted files. With the card in the mp3 player, hook it up to your computer with the USB cable that came with your player. Click on the my computer icon on your computer. Right click on the removable storage device listed as the one in your mp3 player an select format. A message will pop up say are you sure you want to do this. All files will be erased in this process. Click yes. Select full format, not quick format. This will insure every file is completely gone. You will now be able to save all your mp3s back to your player. I hope this solves your problem. If you need more help feel free to get back to me. You can send me an e-mail with your number to my user name here at gmail.com with your number and I will call you for free and walk you through it if it would make you more comfortable. I just want to make sure you get your problem fixed right away.
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