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I have no more MB...

I went to add music to my mp3 player and it said i could not put any more songs on it because there was not enough room. So i deleted some songs but that still didn't let me put any songs on it. So I decided to delete all my music; just my music nothing else in the files. So i looked on my mp3 player and it said total 992MB and then it said Available 0MB when I had no music on it. Do you know what is wrong with it? Do you think it is because my music files are all mp4s?

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Re: I have no more MB... - SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player MP3 & Digital Media Players

Just try refornating the unit it wil work.

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