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Hook it up to your coumputer usb goto my computer explore the new devise make sure it says usb on your mp3 player if it says mtp push and hold the play key and it will switch to usb then explore it and you can delete the files you want
If its *full* its do to Filesystem Partially Corruption. *BACKUP* all your songs. Then right click the usb device, format, than format in FAT format NOT FAT32 or NOT NTFS! THESE WILL RENDER YOUR DEVICE USELESS! Reload your songs and they should be good-to-go. If not i suggest contacting GPX
There could be more than one reason - the most likely is that the HOLD button has been engaged. Your USB port may not be 2.0 - try a different usb port on your computer. You could be running Windows Vista or some other incompatible OS. You may have forgotten to download the install CD. The following information is straight from GPX themselves: "What if I cannot troubleshoot an error message?"
You will need to format your player. Connect the player to your computer using your USB cable. Make sure the HOLD switch is in the unlocked position. Formatting can be done in two ways:
Within the Start menu, select My Computer. In the My Computer
folder, right-click on the icon representing your GPX player. You will
be given a list of options. One of them will be to Format your drive.
Click on this to erase everything on your GPX player. A warning will
pop up to make certain that this is the choice that you want to select.
Once your player is formatted, reload your music files onto your GPX
Open Windows Media Player. In version 10,
open the Sync tab. On the right-hand side, there will be a listing for
GPX audio player. Just above this and to the right are a set of four
icons. The icon furthest to the right represents, “Format storage
media.” This icon resembles a pencil. After formatting, synchronize
music to the player. In version 11, open the Sync
tab. On the far left column, there should be a listing for GPX Audio
Player. Right-clicking on this listing will result in a menu containing
Format. Select this to erase everything on your mp3 player.
Here is a useful link: http://www.gpx.com/store/p/187-MW238B.aspx