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Storage Capasity Well when I plug in, it reads that it is capable of 922 MB. Although everything has been erased, media player says it only has 282 MB remaining. I've hit the reset many times. theres nothing at all on the data base why doesit only say 282 remaining instead of 922

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It's probably just a bug with Windows Media Player. Nothing is wrong with the player. Try using different software to synch the device or just copy and paste your songs onto the mp3 player. They should work as long as they're in MP3 format.

If you don't have them in MP3, then try searching online for a converter

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