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Deleting recorded I accidentally recorded myself for four hours and it used up all the space on my mp3 player...what do i do?

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  • The_Sith Dec 25, 2007

    My daughter has the same problem, you can't used Windows Explorer to delete the files and we're not sure what to do next, other than a reset. Any ideas?

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Take all ur music and copy it to the computer. then format the player

Posted on Feb 24, 2008

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When deleting a film previously recorded on my Sony DVD recorder the amount of available space shows 650k as opposed to 800k despite the fact that I have no other recordings held. Can you explain why this...


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Deleting voice recordings


all you have to do is go to all songs list....then you have to select a recording (most likely titled MEC(then some numbers) next hold the back arrow down for about three seconds and a little grey list should pop up....select delete song/recording. that's all you have to do.

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Deleting recording


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Connect the Zen visiopn to your system.

The computer will detect & open the Creative media source.

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Select the ones which you dont want & delte the from the player.

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Deleting Voice Recording


This is quite simple. Just go to Music Library and way at the bottom "Recordings" now highlight the ones you need to delete and hold either the "Play/Pause" button or the "Back" button (sorry mines been broken havent used it in a while i cant remember) and scroll down to reset. Hope this helped...

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Do you mean voice or video recording......

whichever it is your problem maybe because of the fact that some players have only a certain limt of space alloted for recording.for example:in a normal 1 gb player with voice recording function only about 28 hrs(approx. 128 MB ) of voice can be recorded....even if there is plenty of space left in the player the player will not record voice once the full 28 hrs has been used................This recording facility can be reused by deleting the old recorded files.....

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Philips SA4010 1 gig really only half a gig!


1 Gb player should have around 894Mb or more of free space. The rest is taken up by the directory and firmware files.

Try running the Device Manager software on the product CD and use the repair option.

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Deleteing recorded stuff


I had my YP-T7J since 2005 and it's only when I started to use Windows Vista that this problem occured. Since I just Synced the player with my media library, I just reformated the player just to delete the recorded audio and then just synced back the music files. Kind of a tedious work but it's worth it. There is no longer support for 2005 Samsung media players.

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Deleting files


If you've got it connected to your computer, you can do the same things that you would with any connected hard drive. In this case you should be able to delete files and then empty the recycle bin.

After that, go to My Computer and right click the icon for your Jukebox and select Properties. There you should be able to use Disk Cleanup to purge old system files, etc.

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