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MP3 PLAYER I have a lexar mp3 player and after i got it the batteriers went dead so i changed them out and when i turned it back on it said"incorrect format"!! what can i do to fix it!

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You have to format your storage on the MP3 Player to FAT File System.

Posted on May 24, 2007

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