My player had 1 MB of space left so I took off all the songs that were on the player so that it says there are 0 tracks. When I connect it to a computer it still tells me that there is only 1 MB free and 123 MB used. I have tried it on 3 different computers and nothing changes.
Should I format it?
What can I do?
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Re: No free space
Yes, a format should solve the problem.
Plug the unit in to USB and go to my computer, it should show up as removalbele dics drive f:, right click and select format, a "quick format" should work.
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When the player is rearranging playlists of the music database, it is possible that there's not enough memory left in the player to finish the task.
Connect the player with your computer to delete some files, at least 90 MB, off the Fuze to make it work again.
When not having a backup of the songs, save them onto the computer first.
Same thing happened to me. I was using windows media player to sync my song and it says my player was using 260 mb of space even though it was formatted time after time. I simply loaded as many song as I could fit on the player. When I unplugged it and plugged it back in, windows media now showed that missing 260 mb of space as available. The only catch is that the song I had already uploaded on to the player were not shown on the sync list.
I had a similar problem, I could upload songs, but they wouldn't play and I couldn't delete them.
turned out it was cause I didn't have WMP10 installed on my PC, had an older version.
the user manual states it only works with WMP10, and after I installed it (just search for windows media player 10 on the microsoft website) I was able to use the synch function in WMP10 and all the songs are playable (I'm listening to an album as I type :D)