Hi, Larry. Don't know. I will have to format one and then put something on the card and try it. I have a number of books on this card, four or five, so don't want to format it and lose everthing. It's not a real problem, just an inconvenience. I guess the trick is to just not erase everything until you are done reading the entire contents of a folder. At 9/27/2004, you wrote: >Hi Paul. > >I have not seen that behavior before and wonder if there were some = >problems with the card itself. Are you able to deplicate this behavior = >with a freshly formatted card? > > > >>> paul@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx Monday, September 27, 2004 1:53:09 AM >>> >Hi, Larry and Rob. >Here is what I did. to get these two problems. >I went into a folder in which I had four mp3 audio files, not music. >I listened to the first and erased it. Listened to the second and erased = >it=20 >as well. I then skipped the third and went to the fourth. The fourth = >one=20 >interested me more than the third one. I listened to the fourth file = >and=20 >then erased it. >I could no longer find the third or now only mp3 file. I was told that=20 >there were no more files to read. I tried a reset. Now, I was told that = >the=20 >file was not properly indexed and could not be read. >No loss as I can download the other file again if I want to listen to = >it.=20 >However, now, I could not get out of the folder no matter what. >Star zero did nothing. The only way I could get out of the particular=20 >folder and back up to the top level was to press the help key and bring = >up=20 >the manual then press it again and exit the manual. >Now, I was at the top level with all of the other folders, about four = >or=20 >five. I tried going back into the particular folder again knowing that = >it=20 >was probably empty. >I was told that it was, and again, I was unable to use star zero to get = >out. >Only by bringing up help and exiting it could I get out. >And why did the third file vanish when I skipped it? >Thanks.