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Apple ipods were designed for Itunes only, which means you need to download Itunes and put your music files in the MY MUSIC folder under MY DOCUMENTS,. if you do not have Itunes you can download it for free at: http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/
Actually after some searching it is VERY easy to manage the c250, you
just have to know how to connect it. You must connect it to read as MSC format. To do this, put on the hold feature and press and hold the rewind/previous track button as you connect it. This will open it up as a removable disc. So just drag and drop whichever songs you want from the MUSIC folder. You may also delete individual songs that are already on there. Hope this helps, works for me. Fox
I know this is not what your hoping for but you may not be able to recover the music you deleted.
The only types of folders you can recover which you delete are boot device folders and connection device folders which are hiddn within' your mp3 player fodler anyway's so i doubt you could delete them anway.
You'll probably have to download the music again or if you've got them saved on your computer re-tranfere them.
Hope my advice was helpful, (Sorry I couldn't be that much of assistance.)
You can manually delete the music thru My Computer. Just click on the device name, and open the Music folder.
If you dont have a Music folder, you need to enable hidden files and folders on your computer.
Best of Luck.
You can manually delete the music from your computer.
Connect the device. Go to My Computer>Device name Double click on the device to see the contents. You may or may not have a "music" folder, look in there to manually delete the music.
Best of Luck.
I don't know if you've inadvertently deleted the music folder, but that's what I did, when I deleted all the folders by mistake, thank heavens for in-store warrenty, they replaced it with another one. What I noticed on my replacement is synchronizing with media player doesn't work, it creates ghost folders and thinks music is there when it isn't, I don't understand it.
Solution: open two windows for my music and sansa e280 music, then just drag and drop the folders;
what I noticed is that in my music the folders are named by artist, and I prefer to see them by album, but when I view them in the player, I see the albums with the tracks in the right order.
Chances are that you are using windows xp. open up your sansa folder to where it says pictuer, movies, ect. look at the picture to see what to do. In your player folder click tools --> folder options --> View. Under hidden files and folders click 'show hidden files and folders, click ok. The music folder would now show up where the videos and pictures are. Simply open the music folder and delete the ones you do not want. By default the songs are sorted by artist --> album --> song.