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MTP DB Mismatch Format

I am getting a error message which reads "MTP DB mismatch Format? NoSpaceForDB Please Please Delete More Than4.0M.B"

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  • McCoy108 Jan 01, 2009

    Was working fine when suddenly the song cut off in the middle and the screen went blank. Started it back up and I got this message and all songs have been deleted. Tried syncing with Windows Media Player but it kept failing.



    What happened and is this fixable?

    Thanks,

    Greg

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If you've already cleared all the songs, might as well update the firmware (that solves most issues).
You can download the latest here

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