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MyMusix 2gbPd-6070 says its filled but is not

When I put it in the competer i go to Windows Media Player it says its filled but I only have 99 songs on it can you help me solve it.

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I believe you can create a new folder in the media folder when plugged into your computer, and then drag the songs into this new folder. Your other folder is likely filled to capacity.

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