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Free 8gb of space

Free 8gb space but could not access player even on my computer

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  • ChristinaJ Oct 22, 2008

    I have the same problem, but mine also says "no files". Like nothing is on the MP3. It's in the computer and it says USB Writing Data MTP along with showing a moon shape that's partial shaded. I can't use anything on this MP3 including the radio.



    Please help!



    Christina

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What you will neeed to do is to format the player using the player itself..After you done formatting it the computer should recognize it...To format go under menu, setting and there should be a format option there..keep in mind that formatting the player will delete all the data on the player..If after you formatted the device the computer doesnt recognize it still you will need to uninstall the device from the computer and reinstall it back...I hope that helps
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