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Recover song storage space on Rio MP3 players Apps
For a while, whenever I would delete songs off of my Rio One via iTunes2 or iTunes3, the songs would appear to be deleted, but they would still take up room. After some digging, it appears that iTunes doesn't always empty the trash; the items are simply put into the trash bin, not deleted. Just empty the trash via the Finder and you regain that space.

[Editor's note: I haven't checked this problem and solution myself, primarily because my MP3 player is currently, um, lost!]
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Same problem on Creative Nomad MG II
Authored by: imroot on Nov 18, '02 02:50:29PM

I'm having a problem like that with my Creative Nomad MG II. I can delete one song, but not =more. Really frustrating when I have to manually delete songs or just flash the memory. If only I had an iPod! Unfortunately, this trick doesn't work for me. Emptying the trash doesn't give any more space. Any reports on deletion problems with other MP3 players?

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Probs w/ Rio One
Authored by: Anonymous on Nov 19, '02 04:14:49AM

I can't seem to be able to copy multiple tracks at once to my rio one, or else they get partially transfered and jumbled. One at a time kinda works, but sometimes, songs that used to be on that card but got erased will start playing in the middle of other songs. Flashing the card doesn't always work, and plugging and unplugging the Rio One will almost freeze my computer (and sometimes completely freeze it). This is using iTunes 3.0.1 on a G4/466 running OS X 10.2.2. I am totally pissed off at Rio for putting out such a crappy solution and not updating their player to work with new OS's.

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