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Can't change songs

I uploaded songs on to my sansa with my Uncle's computer, but now i can delet those songs on my computer. He lives far away so i can't use his anytime soon.... is it possible for me to delete the songs with out his computer?

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Put the player in MSC mode in settings: go to MYCOMP and open the player, go to the music folder and delete the songs.

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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