I tried dragging them into the recycle bin and deleting the folder that pops up when you plug it into the computer but nothing works! it just says that the device either is not plugged in or has stopped responding.. what do i do??
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You may try to delete your folders with Unlocker If it doesn't you could try in dos (run cmd):
attrib -s -h -r "location" /s
(location being where the folder is located.)
This should remove any Systems file flag, read only flag or hidden file flag. del /F "folders"
I found I had to wait a bit for the deleted songs to actually commit on the MP3 player. Moreover you might have to 'empty recycle bin' or trash or whatever to get it to happen...and wait a bit for this to be communicated over.
It sounds like you want to verify that the songs are there and copy them back to your PC, though. They shouldn't have disappeared from the PC....
when you plug it into your computer either windows media player of yahoo music jukebox click to transfer information from the mp3 to the computer and look under opal then songs and all your songs will be listed and just right click and press remove.
did you try going into (if you have a windows pc) My Computer, and navigating to where your player is (your player should be hooked up to your pc via a usb cord - the one that came with your player). your player could be in a removable disk - mine is (J:), or it could be under Other (all of this is still in My Computer). Click on different removable disks if you have to, until you find the one that has your player. Once you have found your player, double click to go inside it. Inside of your player should be a list of folders. One of them should be named Music. It could also have a Playlists folder, an Audible folder, or a Pictures folder, etc. Click on the Music folder. You should see a folder of all of your songs, OR you will see your song files. Select the ones you want to delete, right click and select Delete, or drag the files to your recycle bin. Hope this helps!