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I overloaded my zen and got the message "not enough memory use your pc to delete some files keep at least 100mb of free space on the player". I have deleted music and photos but cant get into my aidible library to delete books. Still getting message and cannot switch on.

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Hi,

Its very simple to get solved, Just delete some unwanted files from system memory then it will work fine.

Thanks.

Posted on May 29, 2010

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