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Loss of data

Tells me my player is not formatted
lost all data

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  • tucker 1 Nov 27, 2007

    it tells me that it can not be formated



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Tells me my player is not formatted lost all data

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No data error

I think your data might be loss or corrupted,you can format it or show someone who knows the data recovery very well.

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I lost my all data

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Skips with g protection on

There's only so much ability to cache the data to make up for data loss through movement or vibration. Does it skip while completely motionless?

May 15, 2011 | Sony Walkman D-EJ360 Personal CD Player

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I need to download music and there is no file for


Using XP, the player should be detected through the USB port of the computer as a removable disk [also called MSC device].
Before disconnecting the player, always go through the icon "Safely remove hardware" in the right corner below of the computer screen, to keep the player free from data loss or data faillure.

First prepare the player before connection / check normal working of the player:
0. Player NOT connected to the computer
1. Switch the player ON using the >| button
2. Check the HOLD icon in the display: padlock should be OFF
3. When the padlock shows up, unlock the player: slide the HOLD switch to the left: padlock should not show in the display now.
4. Switch the player OFF, holding the >| for about 3 seconds.

When the player should not behave normal, perform a RESET.
0. Disconnect the player if connected to a computer.
1. Remove the battery from the player and leave it out for 10 seconds.
2. Replace the battery.
3. Power ON the player with the >| button and see if the player works normally.
4. Switch OFF the player, holding the >| button for 3 seconds.

How to check the detection of the MSC device on your computer:
0. Player Normal Functioning, NOT connected, NOT locked and switched OFF.
1. Explore 'My Computer': click start in the left corner below of the computer screen and select 'My Computer'.
2. Connect the MP300 to a USB port; detection may take some time.
3. Look on the computer screen if a new removable disk shows up in the explorer overview, coming up with a new drive letter.
4. Now you should be able to put music onto the player, showing up as a removable disk with the new drive letter: use 'copy and paste' or 'drag and drop' method for music transfers.
Before disconnecting the player, always go through the icon "Safely remove hardware" in the right corner below of the computer screen, to keep the player free from data loss or data faillure.

When no new drive letter shows up, try another USB port.
Connect directly to the computer, not through a hub.
If you need more help, tell me at what point connecting or transferring fails in this thread.

There's also a software program called Coby Media Manager that can be used for detection or transfers. Coby Media Manager is based on MTP connection mode.
Need help for this ? Write your comment in this thread.

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My dj is stuck on DELL screen,,won't shut off or tried restarting it ..that doesnt' work please help me..i love this dj

It's been a while since I was having this problem, and I no longer have my DJ so this solution is coming out of memory...

Press and hold the play/pause button on the player while you click the reset button with a paperclip or something...
Continue holding the play/pause button until the player restarts into recovery mode (should be under 30 seconds).

From the recovery mode menu you have a couple different options, I would select the option which says something like "find errors" or "scandisk" (I forget exactly what it's called). If it comes up with a scanning progress bar which takes several minutes to complete it's actually scanning the disk; if the progress bar blows through in only a few seconds, and or you hear odd repetitive clicking coming out of the device (or don't hear the whirring of the hard drive at all!!), that's usually a tell-tale sign of a hardware failure of the hard drive.

This is the first and safest option in attempting to recover your player without risking data loss, the next options involve reloading the firmware which can result in data loss, and formatting the disc which will result in data loss but try this option first before doing anything else...

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Profiling requires 4mb free space

Straiten the end of a paperclip and push it into the reset hole on the back. When you turn it on, it should operate as normal without any data loss.

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Many times, MP3 players will play music from an "Audio" folder. Try naming the folder "Audio".

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