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Mp3 space I am trying to copy music onto the mp3 player it says that there is 315 megabytes left but when I try to copy more songs onto it I get an error message saying that there isn't enough space left on the disk I have a windows 2000 is this the problem?

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Try starting from scratch.
Right click the drive and choose Format-> FAT32,->QUICK Format->Start. This will only take a few seconds.
Reload your music.

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