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I copy songs to the sync list hit sync it tells me they are all ready synced, but I can't find them. and i can't figure out how to delete them off of my player

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  • pugmom Nov 04, 2007

    songs are not coping over to my sansa from my computer. How do i delete songs on my sansa?

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Use Windows Media Player

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