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Incorrect format, reformat player

The battery went dead on my ilo mp3 and when I put a new battery in and turned it on it says incorrect format, reformat player and wont do anything. The computer does not even recognize that it is plugged in.

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I've had that same problem, i called the tech number and they emailed me some program to download. It fixes the problem but the problem doesn't go away. It still happens and i have to hook up the USB and use the program to fix it. Which can be a pain in the ass, all in all, this product is not worth it. I shouldn't have to "repair" something every time i want to use it. And it turns out mp3 players only have a 15 day return policy at Walmart. Which would have been nice to know since on day 16 it crapped the bed. *sigh* lesson learned.

Posted on Sep 19, 2007

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