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My Storage Space is Disappearing

Problems with my Casio E100: Can anyone help me figure out why my storage space is shrinking. Currently my device has been reset with no additional applications or utilities added and the free space in only 4000k, and I can not even add an appointment in the calendar or a contact because there isn't any free space. I tried resetting the device several times by taking out all the batteries, however that didn't do much. I can't even install WMP or AvantGo and all these items plus more were there just a few days ago. The funny part is the item has been in my planner the whole time, and it hasn't fallen or been kicked. If I go into the system setting the memory selector is very small, when it used to be fairly large in comparison. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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What is the total memory shown on your device ? Perhaps one of the memory chips has gone bad or has developed corroded solder joint problem !!!!

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