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How do you reformat the player? i was trying to transfer a big file into the player (a 150mb file) and the transfer wasn't complete but then it still took up space even though the file hasn't been transferred yet... i can't delete the file since there is no file.. but the space was consumed.. and i don't know what to do... i decided to format it but i don't know how... please help

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Open my computer and riht click on your drive when you see it and select format.

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Well first, some of the songs that you put in, well...Sony Co. cannot transfer directly, so you would have to use their Sonicstage program, aka the converting button.
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For the Sony NW-E405, simply go to the Transfer menu at the top right of the program, (along where the My Library button is) and select the song. In the middle of the screen should be arrows along with a suitcase looking button. Click the luggage button and a screen should pop out. It should have two choices, a Standard Transfer Mode and a Specified bit rate transfer mode. Click the Specified one and select either the 105kbps (ATRAC 3) or the 132kbps (ATRAC 3) for great sound quality and small memory usage. The others are too big or too bad for sound quality. It should now work.

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