Question about Audio Players & Recorders
If your MP3 player is generic, you might have what is called a hacked player. These are typically from Asia and have been modified with software to make the players size look bigger than it is. Once you start deleting folders and files, the fix starts to show itself.
How much memory was there originally?
One way to test is to hook it up to your computer and format the player (format it as FAT32) then check on the size displayed.
If it still displays the correct memory capacity, create a new folder on it and try moving some MP3s to it.
Post back if you need any further assistance.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
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