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Re: space on device.
If this problem occurs then your ML648B needs to be formatted.
1. Connect your ML648B to your computer with Windows XP or later. 2. By default your computer will recognize ML648B as GPX MTP Device.Press the POWER button from top of your ML648B, to change it to USB mode connection. You will also see USB on the screen of ML648B. 3. ML648B will now mount 2 drives, one as Tools (as CD-Drive) and second as Removable Disk (Drive) – under My Computer on your Windows Desktop. 4. Right click your mouse and then select the Format option.When the Format Removable Disk window appears select the Start button to start formatting your MP3 player.
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This is the error you get when you are trying to put more songs on the player than the player can take. In other words, the memory of the player is full and cannot accommodate all the songs you are trying to put onto it. In this situation, the only thing you can do is to free up space. You can free up space by formatting your device but this would mean losing all your information or data that where previously loaded onto the device. Also, you can open up the player as an external device on your computer and select the files which you no longer need. After selecting them, you can delete them and copy your new songs onto the device and it should work fine if there is enough space for them. Hope this was helpful? Please comment for more information and thank you for using FixYa.
Hi: 1.- Insert Card in the PC slot, your computer instantly is going to recognize your device emitting an audible midi sound. 2.- go to my computer 3 check on my computer windows if the device is present with a letter E:\, or F:\ if yes, right click on the letter that corresponds to the device, choose format, once formated you are able to copy your songs. Minimize it using - top right corner. go to the folders you keep your songs I hope you have MP3 format instead WMA format. (MP3 takes less space on the device) select your songs highlighten them using CTRL C once selected R click, select copy open E;\ or whatrever be your drive and r click on a blank space in the opened E:\ or F:\ window and select paste. Hope it helps. DH
Can't create directories directly on the m250. I've got about 1000 songs loaded (already broken into subdirectories) that take up 800 MB and the device claims that it's full. (Firmware is also updated to 4.1.08A)
It is referring to the "database", or the menus on the device. (i.e. - songs titles, music, artists)
It needs at least 6MB of free space on the device to create this.
If you freed up what you think is 6MB, it may not be enough. Even though you have a 2GB player, there is only 1.85 of usable space on it. So try deleting some more tracks.
If not, format the device and start over. Right click on the device in My Computer and select format.
Best of Luck.
The filesystem has a limit to the number of files that can exist in one directory (around 100). If you are putting all the music in the same directory, the device will appear to be full even though there is a lot of space. The solution is to put your music into folders (per album, or whatever).