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What do i do when my device is saying, "profiling require 20MB free space. Shutting down!", & shuts off? It will not allow me to pass that point.

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Plug the unit and ensure that there is 20mbs or more free. If the unit is filled it can not create a library file to play the music. If there is more then enough free room the only thing you can try is to reset the device or format it. Thanks, Midwest-tek

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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