Question about Siren Edge MP3 Player
I get cannot "The device was unable to complete the format"
I also cannot delete any individual songs from the device. Once I downloaded my songs with sync in WMP I have been unable to add or delete anything. It's as tho the write protect flag has been turned on
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
You can delete everything in the player by going to my computer right clicking on your device and clicking format, that will delete everything on it
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
Cant u go into my computer and access the drive? do it from there
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Deleting Preloaded Music
Ok, this should work:
-Connect your sansa to your computer
-Open My Computer
-Find your mp3 players folder "Sansa E250"
-Go to the files you want to delete and simple select them and press delete.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
SOURCE: Delete preloaded songs
put in MSC (usb mode) go to which drive in your computer where flash drives are reconized make sure you can see hidden files and go to music and there are the folders just search through and delete
Posted on Mar 11, 2008
I had the same problem - VERY frustrating. Just found the answer, and am very happy to share it!
1. In setting/USB mode, select MSC mode.
2. Plug in Coby to USB
3. Open My Computer. Look for the Coby as a REMOVABLE DISK, not the Coby.
Files will be there for Viewing and Deleting! (On XP, at least).
4. Make a backup of MTP.BIN and WMPInfo.xml, which I think is the operating sytem?
I got the clue from here:
Well, turn on you mp3 player, go on setting/USB mode and select MSC mode.
Then plug it on your computer and check in MICIN.DIR folder. You must find them.
It wasn't exactly what I saw, but once I looked, it was all there. Perfect!
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
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