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Cannot remore the preprogrammed songs

My player uses sd memory cards which i have separated by different type music (country, gospal, oldies etc.) but when listening to my music one of the preprogrammed songs that came with the player comes on and just ruins the listening pleasure for me. i want to remove these songs but the step by step in the owners manual does not do it for me. help!

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1. Connect your Lyra to your computer with the proper cable.
2. Click and open "My Computer" on your desktop.
3. Click to open the drive that is labeled "Lyra".
4. Right-click on the offensive song.
5. Cloose "Delete" from the menu.
6. I hope that works.

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