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Laser mvp-2G when i was reformatting my computer i kinda formatted the mvp, it showed up as a FAT32 in the reformatting screen. i dont think i formatted the mvp i think i just deleted the FAT32 format of it?

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Ok thats easy matie.. u have to go into dos shell and type               "(the drive letter) /FS:fat32" if this doesnt work download FDISK and run it in shell or if u have a old windows installation disk u can get it off that rip it onto your mp3 and boot your pc off it then open fdisk and recreate a fat32 partition on mp3 i had same problem with laserco media player. Hope this helps

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The most likely answer is that your husband formatted it NTFS, which is probably the default for your computer. In general, MP3 players use FAT32.

Connect it up to your computer, and right click, and choose "Properties...". What file system does it say? If it says NTFS, then this is the problem, and you should be able to reformat it again, but using FAT32.

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Step2
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Remove the battery for at least 3 minutes and then put it back in.. be sure it''s fresh and fully charged

2. VERY IMPORTANT...Turn the "Hold button" ON.. (slide it to the right)

3. Now, plug it into the computer, it would be better if you used a USB 2 port that is located on the back of the computer (it''s on the motherboard)
4. Go to "MY Computer" and see if it shows up as a "Removable disk"
5. If it''s there, then reformat it to ...FAT32...not FAT.if you need help with reformatting let me know.
EDIT* When I called Sandisk on 1-3-07, the tech I spoke with instructed me to reformat to FAT32. Now (2-14-07) I get this from them..."(select "FAT" if the capacity of your Sansa is less than 2GB. For larger players, select "FAT32"). I found I lost a few megs when I formated to FAT32 on my m240, but didn't notice any other difference.

6 Unplug it and let it finalize. Give it lots of time.
7. Return the "Hold button" to off
I hope that helps
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Remove the battery for at least 3 minutes and then put it back in.. be sure it''s fresh and fully charged

2. VERY IMPORTANT...Turn the "Hold button" ON.. (slide it to the right)

3. Now, plug it into the computer, it would be better if you used a USB 2 port that is located on the back of the computer (it''s on the motherboard)
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5. If it''s there, then reformat it to ...FAT32...not FAT.if you need help with reformatting let me know.
EDIT* When I called Sandisk on 1-3-07, the tech I spoke with instructed me to reformat to FAT32. Now (2-14-07) I get this from them..."(select "FAT" if the capacity of your Sansa is less than 2GB. For larger players, select "FAT32"). I found I lost a few megs when I formated to FAT32 on my m240, but didn't notice any other difference.

6 Unplug it and let it finalize. Give it lots of time.
7. Return the "Hold button" to off.
I hope that help
Please rate accordingly
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When you plugged it into Windows, it was formatted as a a FAT32. when your friend plugged it into his Mac, it was reformatted as a non-FAT32. You will have to reformat your player, which will end up erasing all of your songs:
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Check if the file system is NTFS. If yes, format it to FAT or FAT32. - Connect player to computer, double-click my computer, right click on icon of mp3 player and select format. This only applies to Windows-based computers.
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