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1. Open My Computer (Windows Explorer)
2. Find the drive letter that is associated with your device and open it
3. Find the folder that contains your music and just delete it how you would normally delete files off of your computer
1. Plug your player in using usb cable.
2. Wait and a menu will pop up with several options scroll down to the option "manage with rhapsody" & click to select
3. Create a rhapsody account and note to the left of the screen rhapsody will detect your player
4. Click on your player screen says"RCA ...." your songs will be listed once you click on the words RCA
5. Highlight and delete
6. To avoid this in the future only use media player or rhapsody not both to sync songs to player
You can delete them from yahoo music jukebox, you click on the rca 100 in the left menu bar and when the songs come up right click on the songs you don't want and it will say play, delete, etc. click on delete and it will delete it from your player.
Suggestion! When you have the RCA Lyra connected to your computer, right click on Start - go to Explore. Then find the RCA device (drive letter). Double click on it. The songs will display. SINGLE - Click on a song that you want to delete. Right click on it. Choose Delete - and it's gone. (I have just removed some of my songs the other day!) Good luck!