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The screen flashes empty disk and I cannot get in to delete the music on the player how do I empty it so I can download music again

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The screen flash empty disk and i cannot get into the music on the player. how do i empty it so that i can download music again?

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your question is too general

if a disk is full you need to delete some things to put more on.

some media players allow additional storage (usually a flash card configured to look like a disk) but that would depend on what player you have

other players might allow you to swap "disks" (again, more likely some type of flash card rather than a real plate spinning disk)

there might be a way to format the "disk", again this would depend on the actual player you are using ANY FORMAT COMMAND IS GOING TO DELETE ALL INFO so caution should be used if you find an option labeled "format"

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