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It seems your new mp3 player memory is already full, you need to delete other files or songs before you added another. If it is not yet full, try to delete and reinstall other songs. Be sure the file songs you added has no error on it. That the only things you will do, the mp3 player operate normally and trouble come as you add new songs, don't overload it, as it's built in memory will fail. Thanks for asking.
Hello. You will need to delete a few tracks from your MP3 player to in order to add more songs.
Simply select the songs you wish to delete, right click, and click "Delete" or "Move to Recycle Bin"
To select more than one song at a time, you can multi-select by selecting one song, holding down Ctrl on your keyboard, and selecting the others until all songs you don't want are selected.
1 Gb is rather small, coming in at about 1024 Megabytes. The average cd quality Mp3 file is around 3.5 to 5 megabytes in size.
1024 / 5 = 204.8
This means you will only be able to fit around 203 high-quality mp3s on your player at one time, and will periodically need to delete and replace them as your music library gets larger.
With these smaller capacity mp3 players, it is often handy to arrange your music library into small folders on your computer so that you can simply clear the player and drop in the contents of one folder. You can even monitor how many files are in each folder to ensure you don't run into this problem often.
Hi, Simply connect your MP3 player with your PC open the songs folder delet the songs which no more needed and copy new songs from your pc and paste it on your MP3 player songs folder.And now your Mp3 player is ready to rock. Thanks for using FIXYA.
You can delete them thru My Computer.
Double click on the Sansa (m200), inside you will see a Music Folder. Inside is your individual tracks, separated by album names.
You can add or delete all music from here.
Best of Luck.