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Old 11-28-2008, 06:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Missing sync originally put my iTunes library in the device memory. It took up 99% of the space. I manually deleted the music when it was connected to my iMac but the memory still shows that the space is used but no files are listed. How can I get the memory reset to reflect actual used space?
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Go to options, then media card, then push the menu key. Select format card. That will solve your problem. Everything on your card will be erased and showing as free space.
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Go to options, then media card, then push the menu key. Select format card. That will solve your problem. Everything on your card will be erased and showing as free space.
This is the device memory. Won't I screw up any files necessary to the operation of the BB?
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The files went into a hidden "Trash" folder. Under explore I selected to show the hidden files, I then deleted what was in the trash. Problem solved.
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