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Alex Super

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Hello,

Recently I got 4 Gb MP3 player and everything was great. I had about 3 gb of music on it. Today I formated it and when I tried to download music on (app. 2 GB) it reads that there is not enough space. I opened My computer, right click on the device and find out that it's capacity is only 961MB!!! :whistling:
I tried to format it again, but no results, it is still reads 961MB!!!

Can anyone tell me how can I reset memory of my player.

Thanks

Edited by Alex Super, 06 June 2007 - 01:23 PM.

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The make and model would be helpful
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I got it from e-bay from some private seller. There is no words on the player.

Edited by Alex Super, 06 June 2007 - 01:27 PM.

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When connected, are there any details listed in my computer
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What kind of details are you talking about?
Name?Capacity?What?
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The name of the device so you can look for details of formatting it away from a PC
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:whistling: There are some pictures of what I got

Edited by Alex Super, 31 May 2007 - 04:12 PM.

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Are you able to get a name for the device from the supplier
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no, he said it is just an MP3 player.
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Does it say anything on the case of the MP3 player?
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no nothing. Except Mp3/Mp4 digital player.

By the way, Firmware version is LKC_9301_02 2006-12-27 9.0.48 2006-09-12
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ok on that first picture you have with the pie graph....go to th"tools" tab and do the error checking-check/tick both boxes and let it run--Post Results
Good Luck ~Nic C.
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No luck, it still the same.

Maybe anyone know program that might reverse memory

Alex
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Any one had same expirience?
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Try it on another computer that you have not used it on before. Does the same issue occur.
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