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Format problem there something wrong when I try to play music with my mp3.. it says FORMAT ERROR and I keep reformating it and it keeps saying it.. what should I do?

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If "format error" is flashing, the format of the file system is wrong - it needs to be reinstated as Atrac3 file format. I'm guessing you formatted it using the option on your computer. I've had this problem with my Sony NW-E105, and fixed it. Turn on the player, and press your menu button. Scroll over until the option displays "format", and then select that.

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Maybe your flash drive is a wrong format. you need to format it to fat32 I think.

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Its just a bad song find out which 1 and remove it

Posted on Feb 06, 2008

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