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Erasing files I have a MP705-2G player. I can't find in the instruction manuel how I'm supposed to erase unwanted files or music in it. Can you help me? Thanks, M.

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Connect it to the computer
go to windows media player
go to sync
make sure that the mp4 player is connected (by looking to the side and it says coby mp705 and it shows how much space is left)
look to the left side of the media player...(where it says artists, playlists, songs, albums)
there should be a coby 705 section
if its closed open it
go to artists or songs and right click on the song or artist you want to take out...and press delete

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