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TEAC MP-360-2GB I have TEAC MP-360-2GB. Problem is with its capacity. I have recorded 310 songs on it and free about 690Mb of its space. If I record at least one new song some of old disappears (in fact they are in player but I receive message - empty folder -). Checking in PC I can see them. If I record some photos some of recorded songs dissapears also. If I put in it SD card (Hama 1Gb) with songs recorded in card, songs in player also disappear or songs recorded on card stay unvisible (on PC I can see them). After I remove card often I can't change position from FLASH to MMC. Always active stays FLASH position. When I make firmware update, all is fixed, but if I make same operation again all strange things is repeated. When I delete some of songs and number of recorded songs go back to 310 all disappeared songs arrive back. Thay stay visible. In reproduction of songs I haven't problems. What is going on with unusable free more than 600 Mb and with unusable space on SD card? Thanks a lot in advance!

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Does all your 310 files are in root directory? If yes, then this is the problem caouse in specification is written that in root directory have to be no more than 256 files.Try to create sub directories and place files there, anyway when you start the player they are shown on screen continuously, this means that you don't have to navigate trough directories.

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