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I accidentaly sinc music to my sansa e250 from windows media player and it wont come off!!!

When i hooked my sansa e250 to my friends computer and accidently sinced music to it and i can't find it in my music file to delete. WHAT DO I DO!?!?!?!?!

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Mp3 files can be loaded using either WMP or Windows file manager (Explorer) but a different USB setting is required by each. WMP uses the MTP setting while Explorer uses MSC. If you used the wrong setting this may have caused your problem. Also for some reason MP3 files loaded using a file manager will not appear when trying to view them using WMP. To solve the issue I used the MSC setting to view all of my MP3's using file manager. I then deleted the ones I had recently added, changed the setting back to MTP and reloaded them using WMP. Worked like a charm. Hope that helps.

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