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Removing pictures i have a ton of pictures taking up space on you MP3(sansa e250 2.oGB) and i can't get any of them off. Does anyone know how?

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I also had this problem. I worked it out by going into "My Computer" then clicking on the Sansa e250r folder, and then there should be four folders that say "Pictures", "Video", "Data", and "TMP" or something like that. To remove things I would go into the Picture and Video folders and have to do the old fashioned right-click delete. *by the way, I might be wrong but you might also have to right click on the Sansa folder and click "view as folder" or something along those lines.

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To transfer photos and video to your Sansa e250:
1. Open Sansa Media Converter on your PC
2. Connect Sansa e250 to the computer.
The detected Sansa e250 will list the available space and total space on the
device. If more than one device is inserted, only the first device will be
supported.
3. Add the media files to be converted
4. The Sansa Media Converter will place all files in MyAlbum unless you
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5. Press to start the conversion process. A status box will appear
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7. Do not move your photo or video files from the location the Sansa
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Also you can take a look at the manual on page 16..it will give you a visual Image..
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If you need further assistance you can contact sandisk or myself
The number for sandisk is 1-866-726-3475
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You have to run what's called "Check Disk."
  1. Switch the sansa player into MSC usb mode in the settings under "USB Settings".
  2. Then plug it into your PC and goto my computer.
  3. Then Right click the player's icon and goto properties
  4. Then there should be tabs on the top of the box that pops up. Click "tools"
  5. Then there is an area that says area-checking with a button that says "Check Now..."
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