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Load Micro onto MP3 insignia

I tried to go to settings, system, but did not find an initialized selection only language, erase internal memory, erase external memory and reset settings. Anyone have any suggestions? The nearest BBuy to me is 30 miles.

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I did not want to erase. I wanted to add. I figured it out after tinkering more. I downloaded the items onto the computer and then loaded them onto the micro. When I went to play it on the MP3 player, it automatically loaded the micro without any problems.

Posted on Aug 24, 2008

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If you can't erase the External Memery trough the device try it though the PC

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k, to erase internal memory do this:
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2-Hold power to start but keep it held + the menu button, hold those UNTIL the menu comes up.
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