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Deleted a file

I acidently deleted a file witch i forgot the name of now it says dat half the memory is full but there is no music or any thing in it wut can i do

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Is there a reset on your player? It would be a tiny hole that you could insert a paper clip in to push a tiny button in the player. Do this lightly if there is such a hole. The manual would tell you if there is one or not.

This is basically a reset button for your player, and it will should restore the original settings. Then your files might re-appear though if the problem is more serious, they may not. Either way you haven't lost anything by trying.

Check you manual or look for the player's manual on line to see if you have a reset function. Most players have them. And if you do this, do it lightly and keep the paper clip as straight as possible so as not to damage the innards of your machine. Good luck.

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