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Player is indicating it is full after only downloading 9 songs from playlist,how is this possible and what can i do to remedy the problem?

I recently purchased a 1G Gpx mp3 player capable of holding 500 songs. I downloaded 9 songs from my playlist, yet my player is indicating that 99% of my memory has been used. How is this possible and what can i do to remedy this problem.

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You just need to format it, right click then format after that just put your songs

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