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My mp3 player wont turn on

Every time i hit the power button, my mp3 player tells me that the hard drive is not working properly and that i need to get assistance at virginelectronics.com, but i cant seem to find anything that will help

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  • jdpearson Nov 12, 2008

    O dear hard drive is not working properly, contact us at viginelectronics.com - Music downloaded is not recognized as music.

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Try either charing it or changing the battery. if that does not work take it back to the store.

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