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MR-F10 PLAYER.. PLEASE HELP

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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