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Stuck music on SanDisk m240

I recently got a used mp3 player from my sister. When I plugged it into the computer, I could add songs and listen to them and everything was fine. But then I discovered that there were other random songs on there that I didn't put on. I figured they were there from when my sister had it but I can't seem to figure out how to get them off. I can take off any songs I added but I can't take off the ones from before. Any suggestions?

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Re: Stuck music on SanDisk m240

Thanks for the Problem well your problem is that you are trying to Transfer your music from the MP3 Player to the Computer which you need to do. As far as deleting your Songs and things like that there is no need. Which you need to do is always try to back up your Music. That is why a lot of people with there MP3 Players always have there players freeze or be corrupted due to being not having your Music backed up regularly

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