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My iriver says that it has no memory left

The iriver tells my computer that it has no memory so i can't transfer files to it. Please help me with this

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YOu may want to back up everything you have on your H320 to your PC, then reformat the unit throught the main menu on the player. That should clear out anything that is eating up your memory. Once you have done that, then re-copy all your stuff back onto your player.

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  • Denise Zuniga May 26, 2009

    Back you all your files to your PC.

    Go to the main menu of your unit and select format

    tell it to format. This will clear out anything that maybe eating up your memory.



    Once this is complete, re-copy your files back onto the unit.

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