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Toshiba Gigabeat F40 2.0 is full. Gigabeat Room, Windows Media Player and Napster all show the device as full... HOWEVER Under Artist, Album, Genre, Playlist, etc. on my player it shows NO MUSIC. I had ten thousand songs before trying to sync to Napster earlier. I've had this device for YEARS. I have done hard reset with battery switch didn't work.

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It is like no system found on hdd

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