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Bought an 8gb and it decrease to 103mb

Not sure of model. firmware bo-25002

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Have you added any files to it? Then deleted them? Then not emptied the Recycle Bin/Trash?

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Support on the cd is a manual and a firmware updater.

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For Windows based operating systems a download for the Sansa Firmware Updater
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For Mac and Linux based operating systems go for help links to the Sansa Forums site:
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