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Unable to upload any music to player.

Everytime i connect my player to my computer it says that it is full, but i have never been able to upload anything, it gives me the option to delete whatever files are on there so i always click yes. but when i try to upload music to it it says that it's full. i don't know what to do anymore. please help.

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    I copy the songs on the CPU and it says it's on the mp3, but when I check it there not on there.

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My **** sansa acts like it has files on it, but it doesnt. its over filled by 33 megs, i dunno what to do it wont format, its over filled, or windows media player says, but it has no songs on it anyone else have this problem? how do i fix it?

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