Originally Posted by Mrhelper
A few options to try (one of the following may work):
--remove sd cards and usb flash drives (or other usb media)
--remove media files from the internal sdcard folder
--put a file named .nomedia in top level folders if you do not want to remove files. If you do that, you may also have to clear data and cache on the Media Storage service and Gallery service under Setting/Apps.
--Backup data that you really need to keep, store it in a safe place off of your tablet, and then perform a factory data reset. Be careful copying files back in so you don't cause the problem again.
Well, I have removed my SD card and deleted all the files on the internal sdcard folder, but I still have the problem. So, just how do I do a factory data reset? Is that done by pressing the pinhole button that is next to the usb port? And will this totally reset my tablet back to Honeycomb or will it stay on ICS? And will I have to totally reinstall all my apps and wigets? I've spent so much time getting my tablet set up how I want it... I'd hate to have to go through that all again, but I guess if I have to do that, then I will.