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It won't hold the number of songs it should

My zen v plus 2GB music player maxes out at 270 songs when it's suppose to hold 1000. why won't it hold anymore?

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CUSE FORMAT YOUR doing is hi quilty i bet 1 gb player is 1000mb small songs are 1.5 mb 2 bigger songs are 4 to 6 mb so u can see it uses more space if u transfer quilty is set to hi quilty ok in the meadia player way u rip[ and convert

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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