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No space for DB Please delete more than 18MB

I tried to update the firmware 4.06. It seems to be updating, but suddenly it gives an error massage "No space for DB Please delete more than 18MB", then it just stuck. Now my computer (vista and XP both) can't recognize the player and so I can't able to format it also. Now whenever I tried to open it gives the same massage after samsung logo. Please help... Thanks!

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jus format the device and then it should get back to normal

Posted on Aug 19, 2009

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I have the same issue on my Samsung YP-T7JZ player. Nowhere has a solution. Search on web for days, nothing found. Only solution is, throw it against the wall. Collect the pieces and send them back to the manufacturer because these tech supporters don't know what this issue is.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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are you able to format the player while in msc mode?

right-click on it while in my computer and select the format option, make sure your selecting your mp3 as this will delete all the files off the device. It if says failed to format, try doing it thorugh disk management. To get there you can right-click on my computer and select manage from the drop down menu. From here you will see disk management on the left hand side. Then a larger rectangular box with the drive letter that represents your player, you can right click on this and select format.

Or just try a different computer, if its the same everywhere then youll probably have to end up emailing sandisk, stating everything you tried. They will probably ask you to do a couple more things, but if you keep at it, youll end up with an RMA*.

*RMA = Return Merchandice Authorization

Posted on Jun 21, 2008

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Im Having the same problem with my sandisk player 8gb. It keeps saying , Free 90 mb and then powers off. HELP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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SOURCE: MTP Format Mismatch DB.

fomatted without software know i cannot updae with new songs .display showing icons without any information

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