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Synching I recently removed 700 songs from my video mp3 player 4gb and now it won't take in any music at all.

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I had the same exact problem....I've been trying to figure this thing out for about a week now.But I think I may have figured it out.I went to the "Settings" tab on the Menu then went to one of the tabs in there that said "Erase Internal Memory".As soon as I did that,my music transferred onto it without a problem.Hopefully that's what's wrong with yours too.You should try it,it worked for me :)

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