Question about Samsung Yepp YP-T7JX MP3 Player

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No space for DB please delete more than 4.0 MB" and the device is not recognized by windows, I don´t have the original CD so if U can upload an ISO image of your´s in a site that I could download (neither rapidshare nor megaupload) I will appeciate very, very much.

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    No space for DB please delete more than 4.0 MB showed up on my mp3 after I used all the power and tried to plug it in to my ps2 to charge it. I'm not sure if it's fried or what. HELP?

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That cd wont work -upgrade your pc

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