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Sumvision GIO MP4 Player 2GB Memory

Unit reports Empty Disk and no files shown on directory however when you try to download files says disk full.
Other functions ie FM radio work OK.
I have misplaced the small manual which gave the sumvision web link for updates

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  • wendywolfe Jan 19, 2009

    16g cruzer has no files on it but says "disk is full" when i try to put files on it.
    help, please!!!!


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1. You've bought a mpx player larger than 2 GigaBytes capacity (eg 4GB, 8GB, 60GB, etc). Not limiting to larger than 2GB, smaller capacity (eg 512MB, 1GB, etc) players are also subjected to possible memory hacks.
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4. You are experiencing frequent Player Restarts (hanging on the hourglass) when playing certain songs.
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If you fit any one of the above (or even all), then this guide is for you.
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1. Not formatting will only cause you ALOT of trouble and hassels in the future.
2. Not formatting increases the chance of killing your player in future, and you will need to perform the "Dead Player Recovery".
3. Ensures that what you have bought, is of the actual memory capacity.
4. If it is a gift for someone, you don't want them to come back to you with the above mentioned problems.

Common Myths regarding this formatting procedure:

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http://www.mympxplayer.org/petition-stop...ay--vt3442.html
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