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Mp3 player i have a wharfedale 1gb mp3 player code (513/5530) i formated it and when i try to turn it on it sayz profile needs 4mb please help it was a birthday present

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    tried to farmat the mp3 player (same model) format failed and i got the same message saying it needs 4mb for profile

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Look on the back of the player. Tou will see a little pin hole with the word "reset" next to it.
Push a paperclip or other suitable pointed object into the hole and hold it for a five seconds.
This will reset the system to factory settings.
Away you go.

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How do you upload music on to a wharfdale mp3 player model no:513/5530 please

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Best of Luck.

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