Question about SanDisk Sansa m230 MP3 Player
Plug in your sandisk into the usb driver, click on my computer you should see SANSA M230 (F:) right click on it, you should see format, click on format. And finally click on quick format, then start. That should do the trick. Note it erases all songs. Your welcome! :)
Posted on Mar 07, 2007
When you plug the USB Cable into the device, go to My COmputer. In your removeable devices it should say something to the effect of, Sansa. Right click this and open. It will open a folder containing all of your music. You can delete them from there.
Posted on Jan 06, 2007
Plug it into a computer. Doesnt matter much if its a SanDisk player, as long as it has windows media player. On the bar there is Sync. Click there and on the right side of the screen there should be a red X, once the computer recognizes the device. Select the music/files you want to delete and click the X. Sometimes ive had to do it twice because it doesnt want to remove all the files at one time.
Posted on Jul 02, 2006
It might be that you have to plug it in to your p.c and delete it in my computer as the mp3 player does not have a delete setting on there.
Posted on Jul 01, 2006
Hey by mistake I use erase option on my macbook utilities and all my drivers and everything got erased from it. Now my player is not working its blue sansa230. Pls help
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
Or make your USB mode to MSC (i think. or not MTP) and then go to My Computer>Sansa e260>Music and just delete it from there
Posted on Jul 22, 2007
Make sure your mp3 is plugged in, and your on windows media player. click on the sync tab, in the box that has what's on your mp3 (right half of the screen) click fm or music which eer you want to delete. if click on what you to delete from there. ( It's just trying to be specific on what song your deleting) then click the red "x" on the top right of the screen it should be under the head phones. for example if i wanted to delete "take me back" by Maggie's choice on Tale for Free i would click music, maggies choice, tale for free and finally the red "x". If you want to delet a whole album or all the songs by an artist just click the red "x" after you clicked the artist or album
Posted on May 16, 2007
If it is a sandisk then u should have musicmatch jukebox. Go to this programme and attach your mp3 to the computer with the usb cable.then click on the portable device manager in the bottom left corner. after you do this it will display all your songs. From here select the songs you want deleted and right click then select remove tracks and they are gone.
Posted on Jan 07, 2007
There should be a button that you can switch modes(equalizer, repeat, power save, backlight, colour, ect. If you scroll, there should be delete mode also. It might not work but try it anyway. You can also just plug it into the computer and delete it that way. Hope it works.
Posted on Jan 03, 2007
If not all your songs are visible on computer screen, switch the SANSA (from settings mode on the device) from USB auto-detect to MTC, then plug it back in computer and all should be visible in AUDIBLE folder. Bluto XT
Posted on Jan 03, 2007
It does but i clicked on somethink n it came like removable dick soo i cant deleate my old songs if i out a new song it s liek putting da every songs again again
Posted on Jan 01, 2007
Man i cant do dat because wen i go 2 my computer , i can c only that remoable dick before i never had dat, i had the think in da botom music device or somethink i cant deleate da old songs how do i do it ?
Posted on Jan 01, 2007
Delete the song using Music Explorer - it cannot be done on the device. Benedict.
Posted on Dec 31, 2006
I had trouble deleting music from my sandisk too. just go to windows media player, only if that is where u upload the mussic from and then u go to sync list and on the bottom it says explore device- clik it and then clik on the song u want to delete- actually right clik on it and it should say delete from device. hope that helps
Posted on Dec 26, 2006
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