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Profiling requires 4mb free space

When i turn on my mp3 player it tells me profiling requires 4mb free space and i have 517 out of 933 used up. also when i try to move my files to my computer it states that the device connected to the computer is not working correctly what is wrong

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  • kitab43 Aug 31, 2008

    i have the same problem mines keep saying the same thing profiling required 4mb free space what do i do to fix it ?

  • KNyce Sep 15, 2008

    it says the same thing on mine and it won't let me reset

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I have the same problem, and the RCA website is a piece of ****.

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3. Install the software on your computer, then run it.

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