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Lost space on my mp3 player

I recently had to reformat my 4 gig mp3 player and now it only has a 960mb capacity. can anyone tell me how to get my 3+gigs back?
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Re: lost space on my mp3 player

If you wouldnt be such a cheap ass then these problems wouldnt happen. Get it? You buy CRAP from 1999 & expect it to work? DUMMY!!!!

Posted on Dec 26, 2007

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My device only has capacity for 90 songs. i thought i would have more memory with 4 g.


Check your memory card properties,see if your memory card is really 4 gig.Also check the free space and the used space capacity..Try to insert your memory card to other device to make sure your memory card is working..Hope this may help you.

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Solution to this plz

I couldn't find any software for you.But I did find a firmware update to reset the player to factory.You can always try that first and see what happens.
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Computer is sayin the mp3 is full but there is nothing on it

Suddenly my centon 4GB wasn't allowing me to add mp3s to it as it said it didn't have any more space but I knew it did because I had just deleted a couple gigs. I figured out that there's an "invisible" recycle folder on the mp3 player that has the files you've deleted still stored in it.

To fix do this:

1. plug your mp3 player into the USB port.

2. Find out the letter of the drive it appears as.
ex. let's say the external drive it appears as is F:\

3. Now go to:

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Profiling requires 4mb free space; reformat required

1. Disconnect the player.

2. Download the new driver from

3. Install the software on your computer, then run it.

4. Reset your player by either pressing the reset button or removing the AA-battery from the player.

5. While holding down the "Play" key on your player, connect it to the PC via the USB cable. Release the "Play" key when you see the progress bar moving and "initializing" text. If you cannot see the "initializing" text, please disconnect your player and try again.

6. Click the "Start" button to upgrade your player

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My MP3 player lost storage

Does this player use a removable card or internal storage? If it's removable, then you should be able to use a card reader and reformat it (slow format) to regain your original space. If it's internal, I would suggest getting a trial version of software such as Disk Space Recovery Wizard 6.5 to regain your real estate. Worst case scenario, you have a hacked player and the 4GB you thought you had never existed.

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GPX ML648B mp3 player memory problem

Two Gigs is 2048 Bytes, which is then formatted (Fat32) and loaded with approximately 20 Mb of Software. When you connect it to your computer and view it as a mass storage device, it tells you that there is approx, 1.832 Gb of free space, because that it is how much of the 2 Gigs still free. The software can be downloaded from product support page. the download is 19.3 Mb. That might mean that after you have installed them on your comnputer you could erase them off of the players drive and pick back up most of the shortage. Probabbly when you have to reformat the drive and reload all of your stuff again, you might notice slightly larger usable space. I'm just getting mine loaded now, and haven't had any issues. But the warnings on the sheet that came with it about changing some setting and having to reformat the drive before the player would play again, due to copy writes, and the fact that they include applications for reformatting, and flashing firmware. I Get the feeling that the fix for many of the problems you might encounter is reformatting. Hopefully it is as easy and as fun as it sounds.

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Hi you need to reformat that unit to pc! because you have corrupted songs or you have virus in your unit!

Thanks! Likha!

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The only solution I have for this problem, is that your mp4 player does not support the type of file you download onto.

Maybe you put mp3 files and your player cannot read them cause its not supported by your player.

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