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Player is full won't allow me to delete files or format.Blinks on blinks off Thanks Mwint

I have over filled my mp3 player.It will not let me in to delete files so I can get in. I thought I could format it the by going through the "my Computer" listing but no luck. Any suggestion would be very welcome. Thanks much

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Are you able to hook youe mp3 trus USb cable? if so hook it u to your computer and then click open file to view all your mp3's should be there then from there u can click on one then right click an hit delete

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  • ragz2richez May 20, 2009

    are you able to hook youe mp3 trus USb cable? if so hook it u to your computer and then click open file to view all your mp3's should be there then from there u can click on one then right click an hit delete

  • ragz2richez May 21, 2009

    wow y u mark it inapproiate? i was tryn to help thanks

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    it worked for me, i hope it works for you

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