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My lexar mp3 wont no longer down load. the window says...incorecct format , reformat the player!. please help me reformat my player.

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Connect your player to your computer. when the computer finds your player, open my computer. Highlight your player by left clicking. Choose the folder you want to format, Usually the music folder. Next, left click and a menu will open giving you options such as format drive. a menu will open. choose to format using fat 32

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