MP3 player is "full" but has no files on it...
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Fri Aug 3 00:16:56 UTC 2007
Laurent Asorne wrote:
> On Thursday 02 August 2007 21:31:33 Derek Broughton wrote:
>> Laurent Asorne wrote:
>> > On Thursday 02 August 2007 20:01:53 Greg Booth wrote:
>> >> > Check your file names. Names that are valid on Linux aren't always
>> >> > valid on fat32.
>> >> >
>> >> > Greg
>> >> Er uh, maybe not fat32, whatever proprietary inefficient file system
>> >> may be in use by said mp3 player...
>> > When I click on the icon of the MP3 Player in /media/, it already shows
>> > that its usage is 99% even before I make any transaction ... Doesn't
>> > that mean that the system has infos about this specific device in
>> > memory and that this memory only needs to be refreshed or deleted?
>> If you put some files on it from Windows, can you _see_ them, and copy
>> them _from_ the device in Linux?
> Yes I can see them, copy, read them, etc...
So that rules out the "proprietary inefficient file system" :-) Otherwise,
I guess I don't have any ideas :-(
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