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I can't remove files from my MP3 player. I used winamp to put the files on it, then uninstalled winamp. Now windows media player won't delete the files.

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Hook up the MP.3 player Start you computer, on your desktop or in startup which it is that has your My Computer icon, click on it, when you in My Computer your Mp.3 played should be listed as a removalable divise right click on the MP.3 player icon and see if it lets you format your mp.3s, that should work unless you've already tryed that and it didn't work?????

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