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Flash error my mp3 player is saying flash error! back up music and format

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Generally this either means you have a filesystem error or the flash memory that your mp3 player stores its music on has gone bad.

If you plug the mp3 player into your PC and view its drive letter in my computer. By right clicking to open the command window you can choose format. When you make sure you do not have quick format checked, go ahead with the format. This will erase all of the music currently on it, but may fix the problem with replacing the file system. If your memory is bad, your best bet is to replace the unit. Repairing these is generally never worth the cost since they drop in price half every 6 months.

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