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That is indication that the meida that was written is currupted. use the reset button on the device to attain alteration of the media. Also, replug the device to the computer to perform another media transfer. usually the media pleyer liek windows media, real one player or tues player recognises the device once plug connected. Teh computer program should allow to manipulate by deleting or retranfering another time. Tranfer meida betwweoon devcie should conform with standards. For example, the media should least be over captured esle forcefully currupts the device spaces. Also, tranfer the most intergram or functional media excluding the malfucntion else combining both compromises the MP3 player.
For a no-name player with no manual, I would try inserting the player into the computer, opening My Computer, right clicking on the drive letter or icon that corresponds to the no-name player, and selecting Format.
Of course, if I am wrong, this could end up rendering your mp3 player useless. It is your decision whether to take my advice for a no-name mp3 player.