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Full memory/no music

I tried to put a zip file onto my old mp10 player and it now says the memory is full, but there are no songs on it at all! is there any way i can clear out all of the memory and put new songs on?

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Yes there is one way! First conncet it to you pc..then open up my computer an select the mp3 driver!!! It should be like removable disk f: or something like this...Then right click on it and select format!!!! Once the fomatting has been done you can put new songs on

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