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AM THA SAME PERSON WIT THE SAME PROMLEM THAT GOES My mp3 player keep saying no space for db please delete more than 4 OMB!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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That message means your device is too full.

Connect it to your PC and delete some files thru My Computer>Device Name (RCA S100).

This will free up some space for the DB which is the Album and Artist information you see when navigating.

Best of Luck.

Posted on Nov 06, 2007

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