I once located the files within the device, such as the sample song and things of that sort, i cant seem to locate the files deeper than the songs right now. and i need to because i editted file name in the computer, and upon trying to move the files they vanished..... but they are still in the mp3 under original titles, only now they are missing completely in all computer locations i've tried. including Windows media player.
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ok See if that your folder options is not set to (do not show hidden files and folders .
Follow these steps to check it: 1. open control pannel. 2.Double click folder options then click view 3. then scroll and locate Hidden files and folders. 4.select show hidden files and folders. 5.Also untick the hide extension for known files type: ok cheers uttam
"Connect your player, of course. Go to "My Computer" > "Sansa e260".
There are hidden files. To unhide go to "Tools" (located on the menu
bar) > "Folder Options..." > hit the "View" tab > select "Show
hidden files and folders". You will see more folders to appear in a
faded color. Click on the "MUSIC" folder. Click on the artist, then
album then select the song, right click and down to delete." --Yahoo Answers
When you plug the device into your computer just look at it with the file manager. If you can't see the media files, make certain you have selected in windows "show all files". You need to see the hidden files, including operating files. Be very careful only to delete files that you think are the corrupted media files.
If you are on windows 7 you can look at my blog site which will explain how you can select the options to view all files.
It's under the section about windows media player art problems.
Actually you cannot delete them from your mp3. you gotta connect it via usb to your pc, go to programs - accesories - windows explorer, find the SanDisk in my computer, go to media, music and delete them from there.
Either under sync pane in windows media player it will show your music when it's connected. just click the plus signs for what song you need to get rid of, right click and click delete. Hope this helps
If you still not able to delete it let me know so I can have you try something else...
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Plug it into the computer and then click on "open device to view files when the window pops up. From there delete your songs on the computer by left clicking a song once and hit "delete" on your keyboard. Viola! Its gone.
This MIGHT fix the problem: Make sure that Windows Explorer is set to
show hidden files and folders. In Windows XP, click TOOLS, FOLDER
OPTIONS, VIEW and make sure you have selected "Show hidden files and
Chances are that you are using windows xp. open up your sansa folder to where it says pictuer, movies, ect. look at the picture to see what to do. In your player folder click tools --> folder options --> View. Under hidden files and folders click 'show hidden files and folders, click ok. The music folder would now show up where the videos and pictures are. Simply open the music folder and delete the ones you do not want. By default the songs are sorted by artist --> album --> song.