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'please delete more than 60 MB" samsung yp-p2

Hi There.when I turn on my new yp-p2, 4gb , I get the following message . " No space for DB. Please delete more than 60 MB."   Im not sure why it says this because there was only 15 cd's in there > less than 2gb... anyhow I removed most of the music and the same message appears when I turn it on . I know the music files are ok because I can still access them through my computer.. This is very frustrating because this is the second one it has happened to, I returned the first.. and now I have the same problem... It seemed to occur after I recharged the battery.
thank you for your assistance.

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  • sjrabbit Aug 22, 2008

    on the computer (samsung mida studio) it reports that i have used 2.45gb/3.67 available

  • sjrabbit Aug 22, 2008

    hi bud,


    No I used the samsung media player that came with it
    I am currently copying the files on to the computer, and will reformat mp3 using windows format that appears with right click.. is this right?

  • sjrabbit Aug 22, 2008

    Im smiling ... thank mate ... it working fine now ... $10 well spent .. cheers bed

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Did you deleted files on the unit using Windows Explorer?

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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    monk3ybidzness Aug 22, 2008

    back-up then re-format/initialize using supplied software if there's one

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An option that you can do is to transfer your files to your computer then format the drive. it is possible that there are errors on the drive. After that just put the files back in and check if its okay already

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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    Thomas Lim Aug 22, 2008

    It would be best if you do the format it looks like it thinks its full even if the numbers show otherwise

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    Thomas Lim Aug 22, 2008

    That is correct. Just format it then transfer the files back.

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Check the size used in the my computer folder in windows, you can check the properties of the used space and free space.

Posted on Aug 22, 2008

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    Moses Clive Aug 22, 2008

    Backup all the data you have in the samsung device to a folder in the computer then format the device and that should take care of the space as it must have not been formated before.

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