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Can't Delete Files From Global MP3 Player with Mac OSX

My mp3 player functions as a flash drive; basically, you plug it in via USB 2.0 and it comes up on the desktop of my Powerbook as an unnamed drive. I was able to successfully drag and drop files straight from iTunes to the mp3 player, and everything worked just fine. However, I wanted to later delete those files from the mp3 player so I could add new ones.

I tried dragging and dropping the files to the trash, but even after the images of the files were gone from the mp3 flash drive, the supposedly 500MB drive read that only 4.3 MB were available, as it had read before I deleted the files. I assumed that all I'd done was delete the file images, so I dragged those back into the drive from the trash. I then tried selecting all of them and using the finder drop-down list, but the only option close to "delete" was "move to trash." I tried clicking on that, and again, the file images disappeared, but the drive only showed that it had 4.3MB of space. Both of these times, I tried to drag and drop NEW files from iTunes to the drive after deleting the file images, but the new files wouldn't copy because of the space limit.

Is there something I need to do to fully delete these files from the flash drive (thus bringing my available space back up to 500MB), or is it simply not possible?

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  • nicoli_q Jan 18, 2009

    I'm ashamed that I didn't even think of that...anyway, it worked. Thanks for the tip!

  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2009

    have the same problem,
    have unhidden files, but files in the .trash folder cannot be deleted, cannot drag them to the dock's trash, have no tight click option "move to trash"...



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When moving an item to the trash, it actually is just in a hidden ".Trash" folder on that disk, so no space is actually freed up. Can you try hooking the drive back up and then emptying the trash?

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I have this same problem, the finder window wi;; show the space opened up on the drive space, but when i try to re-add files it still tells me there is no space for the files even though in the finder window their shows 450+mb of free space.

the MP3 player i am using is sold as a disney pirates of the caribean for my son and has 1GB of space

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