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I have had this mp3 player for about 9 months..when i first got it i added about 100 songs using the computer i had at the time. since then i have a new computer and added about another 100 songs this past jan. now i want to delete the songs i added last year...but i cant access them with my computer. only the most recently added songs appear. i went to My Computer but only the music file has anything in it andonly the songs most recently added. the screen on my device says it is mtp connected. thank u in advance for any help u can offer.

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Check the used space on the device. (Right-click the drive letter in 'My Computer' and select properties). The e130 has 512MB of internal memory and you will be able to compare the amount of used space listed here against the amount listed when you view the songs in a folder. If it's different, try right-clicking the drive letter again and 'format'. This will erase all data on the device, allowing for a fresh start.

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