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Internal/External Memory menu? Won't play music?

My Pearl mp3 keeps going to this menu with 2 options Internal and External (memory)
But I have no external memory, and it won't play music.
Help?

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Pick internal memory unless you have an SD card attached. Then press the "M" button on the side of the player to see if it will change menus.

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Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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