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Opal mp3 1g

Turn it on, says "Profiling requires 4mg of free space" and only have 26 songs on it. It shuts itself off. Shouldn't 1g hold more then 26 songs?
How much should it actually hold

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Sorry I don't know where the "Profiling requires 4mg of free space" came from. But one thing I do know is that one GB of space should hold up to approx 600-650 songs unless they are WAV files then they take up 30 megabytes per song.

Hope this helps

Posted on Apr 10, 2008

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I just got done downloading songs on my mp3. Now it won't turn on. It saids Profiling requires 20mb free space


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