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Deleted too much?!

I deleted all of the files on my mp3 player to make room for a whole new set of tunes, which I have not yet downloaded. However, now I can't even pick up any radio stations. It worked fine before I deleted the additional tunes I had on there. Did I delete too much? Please help!

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Try reformatting.
If nothing changes, then cold reset.

Posted on Feb 13, 2008

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