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Sandisk sansa e250r mp3 player

I have a problem with my sandisk sansa e250r i cant delete some songs i put on mistake(111 songs)how can i delete them?

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Use Windows Media Player

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Open My Computer and go to your sansa folder named something like this "SansaE250"
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