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Accidentally erased system files ??? System Error

I was at a concert I was enthusastically making room on my mp3 player by deleting files. It was taking a long time. I think I accidentally erased some of the mp3 player system software. Now it says "System err" It starts up but after saying system err it can't even be turned off. Nothing. Nada. Nilch. Where can I find the system software. If i find the original disk that came with it will it be there? Best, Yvonne

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  • Yvonne Guttmann Oct 20, 2006

    I was able to recover all my music files from the mp3 player, but they don't really interest me. They were backed up anyway. What interests me is solving the system err message after which I cannot do anything with the mp3 player.

    In my pc's file explorer it says that the disk is not formated, do I want to format it? Anyway my only choices are FAT and FAT32.
    I think it might be FAT16. It might be RAW. I am afraid to format it.

    I also downloaded a software called q100ver1.34
    It should put the MP3 player upgraded firmware on the player.
    But I cannot transfer the files to the player without formatting the player first. And I am afraid, as I said above, to format it.
    If I run this program from where it is saved on my pc, I am afraid that it will "initialize" by pc.

    Your advice will be appreciated.

    Thanks.

  • bipuls Mar 09, 2008

    my mp3 did not even start while power on it appear software loading then it hang up there

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check to see if it shows up in your computer managment, go to your control panel, open up, administrative tools, open computer managment then go down to disk managment and see if you drive shows up there. if it does, right click, and choose format, and try formatting it again, something may have went wrong the first time, or maybe you formatted it in the wrong format.

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SOURCE: disk error on mp3/4 player.

I bought an MP 3/4 does not turn on. What can I do?

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SOURCE: disk error on mp3/4 player

format it

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