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Used memory I own a 2 gig e250 and i wanted to reset and reformat the player (due to earlier problems). When i reformatted the player, it now only gives me 476 mb of space and claims 1.4 gig is already used. When i examine the player there are no songs/media on it at all, it is empty.

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Hi you need to reformat that unit to pc! because you have corrupted songs or you have virus in your unit!

Thanks! Likha!

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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