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Recording hi I don't know how to erase my recording.When ever I try to recored more stuff it says mimory full.and ther is nothing on my windows media.

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Not sure what you mean by "Windows media" . Are you trying to erase items on your player because the memory is full? If so press and hold your toggle switch until the menu shows, toggle down to "Settings" and press it once, then toggle down to "Delete File" and then toggle to the file you want to erase, select it and then toggle to "OK" to delete. Not sure if this helps. To clear everything and start over you can also toggle to settings,system,format and reformat the memory.

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