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No space left even though all files deleted

Hi there, My Lexar LDP-400 MP3 player is supposed to have 256 MB memory. This morning it refused to let me load more files even though the total space taken up by the files already on it was under 30 MB. I went to Get Info (on a Mac running OS X) and it showed there was only 1.7 MB available. I deleted everything on it except for the settings.dat file (which shows 2 MB file size), and it's still showing only 1.7 MB available. Help! Is there a way I can scrub its memory or something? Thanks much! Gigi

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  • Gigi Makka Sep 01, 2006

    Thanks, it worked! When I tried it out on a PC, I could see a "Trashes" folder which was not even visible on the Mac. That basically contained everything I had ever put on the drive and thought I'd deleted. Now I just have to figure out how to make that work on a Mac... (Not an actual question. :))

    I really appreciate your help!
    Gigi

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Format your player but make a back up of your music.

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1...You must download and install Windows Media Player 11 on your computer.
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