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Deleteing music from m240

Need to know how to do the above......pls help...

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  • sweetiepooh Dec 27, 2007

    I just bought a used one and I can not get the persons music off that I bought it from. My media player is not even recognizing any of the files to delete them. Can anyone help with this?

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-Plug your mp3 player into your computer using a usb cord.

-Open My Computer and look for a folder named Sansa"something".

-Open this folder and go into the desired folder[music] where you would want to delete music.

-select a song or multiple songs and press delete.

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