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My mp3 cannot connect my media player maybe i have an error of chosing usb port connection what connection i used? I see it in the removable disk but my computer cannot read the items. First of it i can dowload a song there is a menu appeared that i can perform it faster if i plugged in into a high speed port.

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After connecting to the computer go to computer in Windows (My computer on XP), you should see the Sansa as Removable disk.
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According to the user manual for the MA933ASC, if you're not using Windows 98, the player should be recognized as a removable drive if you plug it into the USB port on your computer.

To erase your songs, connect the player. Open "My Computer", and find it listed as something such as "Generic Removable Disk", maybe drive G:\ or so seems to be popular in Windows. Once you're browsing the files on the player, you can delete them as you would any other file on your computer.

Hope this helps, for more information you can find the manual for your player online here.

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