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When trying to sync to mp3! "Did not fit on device"

Hi

If anyone can help that would be fantastic! I have seen a few other people with similar problems, but I didn't see many solutions?

Here is the problem, basically when im trying to transfer music from windows media via sync to my Sony Mp3 player, I get the message "Did not fit on device" Even though I have lots of space left. I have even tried to delete music etc to make room but still no joy! I really dont have a clue whats going on!!

Help please! :S

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I think I would re-format the player. The format of the player must be FAT32 otherwise WMA and many other file type won't work.

Posted on Apr 11, 2010

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