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My MP3 player works fine, but every time I connect my it to my computer, it says that it is corrupt or unreadable. All I would like to do is delete some songs, rename some and add some. Ive only recently found it again after being lost for about 6-12 months. After finding it, the battery case has come off and is lost, as is the box and manual. Will having no battery case be a problem?

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The loss of the case shouldn't be a problem, you can use some duck tape to cover it up.
You could try the maker's website for the manual. They might have free PDF of it.
The player's format will be different to your computer, so it can't see the files. If you get hold of the manual it should tell you how to correct this problem.

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SOURCE: my thomson mp3 player still has music on it and ive connected it to my computer and deleted them on the computer but when i go to turn the Mp3 player there is still songs on it how do i delete?

When you connect it to the computer is it showing as a portable drive? IF so you should be able to browse it and delete them that way, or you could format it .

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