Question about Microsoft Zune 2nd Generation Digital Media Player
According to information provided by the manufacturer (Microsoft), you can manually adjust the amount of space assigned to the reserve by accessing your Zune's system settings menu. In order to do so however, you will need to first have the Zune software up and running, and the Zune connected to your computer.
Under the "Settings" tab, you will need to click on the "Device" option, and then on "Reserved Space". In this menu there should be a sliding bar that allows you to increase or decrease the amount of memory assigned to both the reserve (inbox) as well as your own content.
I have provided a link to Microsoft's solution for this problem below, and remember that you can always search Microsoft's support center and knowledge database for more information on changing your Zune's settings.
Hope this helps you out.
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