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When i have synched from pc to mp3 its coming up file system error

I have just installed wharfedale 2mb mp3 ii have windows xp it is synching the files over to mp3 but when i try to go into them it comes up on mp3 file system error what do you think is causing this

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Co mam zrobić jak mam w mp3 wharfedale file system error???

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