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My MW3837 apears full, when its new!

When i try to sync to it in windows media 10 (in xp) an error pops up, and when I view it in my computer in usb mode, it says it has no available space? I tried to reset it, but I dont know if I did it correctly... help???

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Go on to microsoft.com and download mp11 for windowsxp it recognises more products than wmp10

Posted on Mar 25, 2008

  • shane white Jul 23, 2008

    try formatting your mp3 player. but my advise is to go on microsofts web site an download WMP11 as most mp3 players are not compatible with WMP10

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