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I cant change any of the songs on my mp3!!!

My pc manages to recognize my mp3 via usb ...
but then when i access the sandisk on the F drive i cant get any of my music. i cant delete, i can only add.
when i use the other connection mode, my pc doesn't recognize it.
what the hell is going on???

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Re: i cant change any of the songs on my mp3!!!

Try it in your realplayer and see if you can add and delete there after you syncronize it, Try that see if it works for you, Hope so, also if you do manage to hook up with usb go into the setting and check and make sure that all options are check that you want to work, If you see that there is a way to let the sanddisk manage music on my sansa or you can do it, If sandisk is managing it, It will not let you add music, so change that and see if that helps ya out, You may also notice that there is another way to connnect in the sandisks options again, I hope that gets you up and saving music, Take Care and Happy Holidays

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