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Deleting music on sansa e200

I copied a couple of albums I now do not want taking up space on my sansa. I cannot figure out how to delete these albums. Help. I tried everything I could think of, even deleting while synced to my computerl. Media direct will not let me delete on the sansa. So what do I do. I am no techno wizard and this really has me stumped and irritated. Help.

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When I used the sansa on the PC all i didn't load the software and just used as an external drive and just dragged and dropped the albums to and from the machines I find that worked

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My solution would that you uncheck the albums from the Program that you use to sync your music or vids. Usually that means unchecking song by song or it all depends on how you have your files organized. See if that helps

Posted on Oct 02, 2008

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