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What happened to my mp3 player?


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#1 Pawshii

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Posted 08 December 2008 - 08:43 PM

So, my computer is evil, and it ate my user account and all of it's files not to long ago ( I don't know why, it just did.... )

Anyway..... the other day I plugged my mp3 player up to it. It seemed fine. Until, I unplugged it and tried to play it. It would turn on, but it wouldn't play. so I re hooked it to a different computer and scanned it. nothing. I clicked on it....

and this is what I saw..

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So I right clicked and looked at properties

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Does it really need to be reformated?... If so, What did I do to it?? What caused it to need to be reformatted?

Why does my computer and my mp3 player have to hate me so much? -headdesk-

Edited by Pawshii, 08 December 2008 - 08:58 PM.


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#2 starcraftmaster

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Posted 08 December 2008 - 09:32 PM

probably yes you have to format it but
what mp3 brand is it
some of those really cheap brands make mp3 that die after a few mouths

but dont format it yet there may be some one else here that can help you better
so wait a few days




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