Question about Sony NW-E002 MP3 Player
I removed all the music files from my device using SonicStage (as I have done in the past and it worked successfully) as I wanted to add some new content. Once the files were removed, my disk space remained unchanged. The system was still saying I have 345 MB in use - and yet no other files to remove. When I looked at the screen on the deive it stated that there was no data on it. When I try to add files, I am only able to add 167 MB of music. Any ideas why the disk space is not reflecting the music files I removed and how might I fix it?
Most of these devices work only for a little while. There basically a ripoff. They always loose their inner driver and end up being useless. Ya get what ya pay for.
Posted on Nov 01, 2007
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1. Open Windows Explorer by double clicking the My Computer icon on your desktop.
2. Click on the Tools menu and select Folder Options.
3. Select the Tab View and check to select the Show hidden Files and Folders option.
4. Navigate to the device. A folder called recycle bin is available. Completely remove this folder from the device.Once the recycle bin folder is removed, the files are completely removed from the device and the free space is available.
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