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'building database' When I turn my mp3 player on, it says 'building database', and for some reason, it won't get off. Also, when I connect it to the computer, it still says 'building database'. HELP ME!

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Have you tried to remove the Battery and put it back again?

Posted on Jun 20, 2007

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