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Memory not avalible on my mp3

I have a jnc 2gig mp3 player that only has 150MB of space for storing songs. i have deleted all songs and recordings off the device, but when i view it in windows explorer and media player, it shows that 1.91gigs have been used up. there are no files in any of the folders on the device. why is it like this and how do i get rid of whatever is clogging the memory?

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  • stace475 Dec 08, 2008

    uh, no. there is only one music folder, which is empty. thanks anyway.

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It might be that u have saved the files in a different place without realising or u have replicated the songs.

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