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When i turn it on it say not enough space for music DM, please free 90MB. And i had deleted about 5 of my songs and a picture and when i try to put music on there it keep telling me that its not enough space on there for the song.

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5 songs at around 3MB each and a picture at about 250KB is a lot less than 90MB. You must delete a lot more. If you don't want to lose the files just burn them to a cd-r before deleting them.

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