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Unable to erase

I ported mp3's to it from my MacBook, and have tried to remove them. When I plug it in, it shows nothing in any of the folders, but examining the unit itself shows 23 songs still loaded. How do I empty the thing?

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  • mdhurst Oct 07, 2008

    The files seem to be deleted. They don't show up on the drive when I plug it into the computer, but the drive shows that it is 1/3 full with files that are nowhere to be found. When the drive is turned on, the files are located in a "recycled" folder which does not appear to exist.

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Follow these steps:
Applications Utilities Disk Utility
Then select your MP3 player on the left screen Then select the Erase Tab Hit the erase botton

Posted on Nov 06, 2008

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