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Have 1 gig mp3 player / recorder. deleted files to put new music on. now the player say my memory is full after all was deleted. don`t have manual or player id. had for a year fairly new.

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  • YUNG DELL Oct 28, 2008

    I DELETED SOMETHING..NOW I CANT PUT SONGS ON MY MP3 PLAYER

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Have you formated it ? you think you have deleted files but all you have done is removed what in them ?

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