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M:Robe not ejected from XP,, help!

I was adding songs to my M:Robe using my laptop which runs XP. I accidently did not eject the player, simply pulled out the cables. Now my m:robe has an error when i turn it on instead of playing the songs, however it still can be read when attached to my laptop, and all the song files are there. Can anyone help? :)

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Look for a tiny pinhole and insert a pin while powered up to reset the device

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click Start>Run then copy and paste the following:
C:\Documents and Settings\Username\Application Data\

replace 'Username" with the name of your user account and press enter

In the new window, find olympus and make sure there are no important data in it and delete the folder
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