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Accidentally deleted ALL the preset files in the sansa express

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  • kgirishkumar Feb 07, 2009

    yes i too accidentally deleted my device and experiencing the same problem

  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2009

    my fucked up sansa

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Head for computer restore back a few days ..

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Custom programing the radio


To set Radio options, press submenu in Radio
mode.
?? Select Add Preset to save current frequency
into presets.
?? Select Delete Preset to remove current
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?? Select Delete All Preset to clear all presets, and
next time when you enter Radio Mode, Sansa
e200 will search automatically.
?? Select View All Presets to view all preset
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How do you delete files on a preloaded sansa express


Go into the main menu, go to settings, go to format, and select internal and it will format the device, removing all songs from it.

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you can reinstall the software...

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Retrieval of deleted voice recorded file


maybe, there are programs that retrieve deleted files, but sadly you need to buy them.

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Help me!!


It is difficult to explain not knowing exactly what I'm looking at, but I have the feeling that the files that are locked on the Sansa are probably marked "READ ONLY." I am unfamiliar with your exact player -- But I know the one that I have (A Sansa Express) allows me to look at the files in a directory format like a disc drive. If you are able to do this, look at the file in question by choosing the "properties" tab while doing a right mouse click. In the Attributes section, are you able to change these parameters? I'm only speculating -- so don't hold it against me if I'm wrong.

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Can't remove songs from mp3.


if you want to remove ALL songs from you sansa go to my computer right click the icon that refers to your sansa model and click format. this will delete all pictures, videos, voice recordings, preset radio stations, and music. this is the only way i have find to delete music permanently. before doing this make sure you have your files backed up. also you must be in MSC mode to do this.

Jan 01, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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SanDisk Sansa e260


if you want to remove ALL songs from you sansa go to my computer right click the icon that refers to your sansa model and click format. this will delete all pictures, videos, voice recordings, preset radio stations, and music. this is the only way i have find to delete music permanently. before doing this make sure you have your files backed up. also you must be in MSC mode to do this.

Dec 31, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Mp3 problem "sandisk Sansa m250"


You can try the file at www.sandisk.com - no guarantees

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