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Player is gone nuts

Player tells me that i can't downput any more songs cause the memory is full. I know it isn't even a quarter full. I had songs on it, now it says no songs. help!

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Re: player is gone nuts

What type of player is it? How much memory total does it have? (i.e. 1 GB, 2GB, 30 GB)

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