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Go to Philips website
Get the updated Philips Device Manager for your model (rather than the one that came with the CD)
Once you have installed the updated Philips Device Manager, open it, and click on the Update button - it will update your player's firmware, which should resolve your issue.
If you are, instead, getting a message that says "File System Error" - return your mp3 player to the store or call Philips and see if you can get an in-warranty replacement.
i had the same problem with my sony walkman. after a while could not delete any file or copy any file to my mp3 although it was playing the songs which were already there- it used to say i/o device error
after stuggling to find a solution on the internet for a while, i went thro sony website for support.
it asks your model number - then tells you to update firmware and device driver- which is free
once i did it
i could copy files and delete. so i thought i will put this on the net to help whoever has similar problems. good luck