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I have used my MP3 player for a long time at my house. I can normally just plug it in go to view files and switch them around from there. I have mediaplayer like windows 98 or something similarily ancient on my computer. Plugging my mp3 player in at the local library which uses something called sync and it keeps telling me that its full, but gives me no way to to see my files to delete them.

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Get a newer computer like windows xp or windows vista i have never used windows 98 since i was four i only used it for computer games. I am thirteen.

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