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How do i over write my media write?

My MP3 won't even let me delete stuff off it on the computer. It always comes up with the message, "Media write is protected". What should I do? I can't fit any thing else on there and I don't like every thing on there. Help me please.

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Re: how do i over write my media write?

Read the instuction manual on hopw to get rid of over "stuffed" things on your device. Its not hard but my memorys not what it us to be as they all are a bit differant Good luck

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