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I cant seem to delete songs from my mp4 player and i dont know if i need another program to download song onto it, it only came with a converter program

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Use Windows Media Player

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I'm having the same problem. I know my files are on my mp4 because it says there is only 2% disk space left...i have a Mp4 Digital Audio/video player with built in was working fine but i think i may have acidentially deleted something i shouldnt have and i have no idea how to fix it. It also says empty disk when i go to play a song....but i know they are there.

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connect your player...

open up my computer and then look for the file

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