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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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DISCLAIMER: REFORMATTING AND/OR FORMATTING WILL ERASE EVERYTHING THAT IS ON THE HARD DRIVE. MAKE SURE YOU HAVE EVERYTHING YOU WANT BACKED UP.

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  • 2.Click "My Computer" on the desktop to find out the letter of the drive you wish to reformat. For a flash drive, it should be removable disk F:, but check to make sure.
  • 3.Navigate to "Start," then "Run."
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