Question about Laser MVP-1G MP3 Player
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
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
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