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My Mp3 says no files

When I turn my mp3 on it says no files, when connecting it to my pc in the removable disk on my computer all the tracks are there. I've tried recharging and changing from wma to mp3. Never had any trouble before, what can i do?

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  • Anonymous May 04, 2008

    same prob, whent through the same steps.

  • mortiliz Jul 02, 2008

    My Audio dream says there are no files - but there are. Have downloaded the upgrade from Packard Bell, and it worked for a few weeks, but now I have the same problem again. Cannot seem to get any help from Packard Bell, who have sent me an incorrect e-mail address to contact their "tech guys".

    Any one had any success with them?


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Anonymous

Try going to packardbell.com and downloading the new firmware upgrade. I had the same problem and this seemed to fix it. But be careful coz if you choose the wrong upgrade you can knacker ur MP3 player altogether.

Posted on Nov 19, 2007

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Anonymous

It realy works. VERY VERY GOOOOOOOOOODDDDDDDDDDDD

Posted on Sep 13, 2008

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