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I've tried, and it wont let me

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On the CD there is a program called MTSN firmware update You can format the player via that program

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First of all, when you have an on going issue, just comment again on the same thread. There's no need to open another one, and if anyone else besides the one that already answered you reads your post he wouldn't be able to tell what was already suggested or tried out. when you think of it, Ipods are the same, when you update your playlist, you have to include in all the old songs you want to keep as well. it's still working after all. Good luck

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