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Music won't delete

I've tried to delete some of my music on my mp3 player, it just won't!!! everytime i try to delete them, my computer says that they have been deleted but once i disconnect the mp3 player from my computer and start up the player is says that they are still there!! i'm getting very frustrated at it and have no clue what is wrong, please someone help me thank you!!!

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Re: Music won't delete

In windows media
go under the sync tab and you will see on format..this worked for me

Posted on Jan 07, 2008

Re: Music won't delete

When you go to sinc songs go to sinc and find mp3player and it should say shuffle and click it and it deletes the songs. I need to know why my mp3 player will download songs but will play the same song over and over of all the songs i downloaded. And it won't play it just stays on pause. someone help me thanks!!!!!

Posted on Jan 06, 2007

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