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Formatting MP3 Player??

I have had my MP3 Player since December and it has worked perfectly, until the other day I was listening to the radio turned it off, when I went to turn it back on again it displays "incorrect formatt, please reformat player" and then switches itself off straight away.Can you please tell me how to reformat the player and why this problem has occured..Thank you..

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  • big mumma Apr 05, 2008

    my son says his mp3 player wond recognise the new programs on my computer how do i update his samsung mp3 / 4 gig player

  • rcaman Apr 11, 2008

    i was charging my rca mp3 player to my computer and transferring some songs. I go to listen to it and it implied "error. reformat me "

  • Anonymous Apr 15, 2008

    I had my mp3 player since july of 2007 and April of 2008 it popped up with a screen saying "Flash error! please back up data and format the player." I do not understand what that means and dont know how to do it. I need help thankz

  • Anonymous Jun 05, 2008

    had the same problem with my LG FM11E - found an LG reformat tool that worked - can't seem to find it on the LG website now though

    The zip is called stmp3rec.zip and the install prog stupdaterapp.exe

  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2008

    hi i have a philips gogear mp3 player.i copied some softwares.now it is asking to fomat the player.how to do it.please help me.

  • athman_abdal May 18, 2009

    FORMATING AND IT CAN NOT ALLOW THE SONGS TO ENTER

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How do you fix it using the stmp3rec.zip and the install program?

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