Question about Nextar MA566 MP3 Player
It is probably corrupted. This solution will delete ALL information and files on the MP3 player.
Under Windows go to "Control Panel" then "Administrative Tools"
Next go to "Computer Management"
Under this menu scroll down the menu bar on the left side and select "Disk Management"
Now this is the tricky part, you need to find your MP3 player, if you see a device with 1GB of memory that is it.
Right click it and select "Delete Volume"
Then right click it again and select "Create Volume" (Or something similar)
Once the volume is created it should function properly once again.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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