MP3 player...is it Fat or Fatter?

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 Simply Fats -
hello, there was not even a forum topic for this....sorry to call it Windows 7...i have windows 7..but...
listen, i bought a cheap 32gb mp3 player from the far east hoping it would hold my 2000 plus songs.
i started adding songs and around the 3.7gb range...it said it was full and stopped adding songs...around 6-7 hundred songs.

now all this is pretty new to me....i am an older dude but i see that there could be something to do with partitions...FAT, or FAT32 or that NFTS business.

i have a PC with Windows 7 but don't know what to do with this mp3 player....how can i augment the disk space...does anyone know.
can they give me crisp clear instructions...i would appreciate it...and thanks for your time.

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If you do not need to gain access to files larger than 1GB, then FAT32 will work. If you were working with mobile files, or larger data files, than I would encourage NTFS. Songs are rearley that large anymore, so once again, FAT32.

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THANKS for your help...i tried it again at FAT32 and the mp3 player took all my 1800 songs with at least 25gb remaining. thanks again for your quick help!!
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