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Removing wma's from my mp3 player

I have somehow put wma's onto my sansa 200 mp3 player. the laptop i was using copied the tracks i already had on there and when it did it made the copies wma's. please help me try to remove these tracks. thank you

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Re: removing wma's from my mp3 player - SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player MP3 & Digital Media Players

Use Windows Media Player to delete

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the sansa e250 will play wma files, as per Sandisk.
The problem is you bought them from a download service so there DRM protected.
The easiest way I found to remove them is to use tunebite .
Cost is about $30 or you can find it on P2P sites or newgroups.

The down side is it takes about 14 hours to convert 5 gigs worth of music. But you can then play it on anything.

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@szwaan wma stands for "windows media audio"

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