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My sansa e280 says that music that i deleted is still on there!!

I deleted all of my music, and then tried to put more music on there. It said that i still had all of my music but it was all corrupt, and now I deleted all of my music again, and it says it is still on their. How do i fix it?!?

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Hi,

click here for the instructions to fix the issue

Hope you've got it

Posted on Jun 04, 2009

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