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Re: Help!! My gogo gear keep deleteing by music oof
Disable auto-sync in Windows Media Player to solve the problem.
Disable Auto-Sync in Windows Media Player 11 – go to Microsoft's website for pictorial demonstration Major Symptom: The Mp3 player is adding (or deleting) songs that I don’t want onto the player Major Solution: Open Windows Media Player WITH the mp3 player connected Move the mouse cursor over to the Sync tab Click on the tiny black arrow underneath the word “Sync” to bring down a drop-down menu Select Set Up Sync (this option will not appear if your mp3 player is not connected to the computer) Uncheck box that says "automatically sync files to device" Click OK to finish Voila! You are now set up for manual sync instead of auto-sync. -Tha Mp3 Doctor
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Hi, Plug the player into a computer. Go to My Computer and the player will appear as a Removeable Drive. Explore the player and copy the songs you want to keep and paste them to a folder on the computer. Now right click on the Removeable Drive and press Format. This will wipe the drive and it will be clean. Now transfer your files back onto the drive. Done :)
Plug it into a PC and navigate to the mp3 player and delete the song(s) you don't want. For some reason the Sylvania does NOT like certain USB 2.0 ports such as the ones on my VIA-based shuttle, but it works fine with USB 1.1 ports.
You have to first change the USB mode on the player to MTP (as opposed to MSC). Forget using the Windows Media Player (yeah, I know). Go to Explorer, go to drive E or whatever your Sansa is listed as....open it and it will show different types of folders. Go to MUSIC folder. The songs are listed and you can delete, e.g. delete mp3 and keep WMA of the same song, or whatever else you want to delete.