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Problem with memory

I had purchased the sony 4gb mp3 player td98 but now it uses only 232mb of memory..

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Re: problem with memory

Try to clear or reset the whole MP3 player to delete all the files so that u would have full memory

Posted on Dec 05, 2007

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