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When I turn on my Clip and get this message: Not enough space for Music DB Please free 90mb. It had been working fine and I did not add anything new. I have taken some of the music out of the clip but it still says I need to free 90mb. If I hold the enter button the player will "Refresh Media", which takes up to 5 or more minutes, but then will play. I have a Cellot 4gb card to add more memory but has no instructions with it. Please help, Thanks.

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  • kakima Jul 05, 2010

    What happens if you remove the card and then turn it on?

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