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Old 07-20-2005, 09:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Im noticing here lately that anytime I try to play a Midi file on my 7100g, Im getting a message that the file is too large :(. What gives?

Ive noticed that this started happening after I listened to about 3 or 4, but I didn't save them?? Is there a Temp folder on this that Im missing? :(
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There is a cache, yes. I'd look, but right now I'm reloading my software for documentational purposes, so its out of commission. Try doing a search here for 'cache' to see if anything comes up. I believe you can delete the cache database from Backup/Restore (Desktop Manager) then Advanced, but I'm not sure if there is an option on the handheld (would make sense if there was).
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Under Internet Browser ---> Options ---> Cache Operations ---> Clear Cache.
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