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I have nothing on my polaroid pmp280c-4 and once i try to put music on it, it says i have no room then i formated it and it said i only had 3.53 gb and it is a 4gb please help me i just bought

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3.53 is about right for 4gb. The marketing folks give the total memory count when they say 4gb, but when a computer counts it, it counts 1024 bytes as a kilobyte. So, a gb is not 1,000,000,000 bytes to the computer, it's 1,024,000,000. Multiply that out, and there's your missing bytes. Plus, the device uses a little bit of the space for its own housekeeping. Don't panic. You got what you paid for.

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