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Easy way to delete songs from your MP3 player - Connect to your mp3 player to the Computer with usb cable - It will automatically boot - and open
If not open automatically go to My Computer - Removable Disk - Delete your Songs from Folder
connect the mp3 player it to the computer with a supplied/correct usb lead, then find the song you want to download using windows explorer as you need to know where the file is located/saved, right click on it then go to send to and the mp3 player should be listed, either as mp3 player or e:/f: - removable disk, chose this and then the song will be sent.
if you need to download songs to your computer in the first place go to limewire, this is a file sharing site which let's you download whatever song you want for free, it's totally legal and because of this site i have over 500 songs, all work perfectly and if you are using broadband only takes 2-3 minutes per song. once you have downloaded the songs you want follow the above instructions.
i was having the same prob and trying to find a solution is a pain in the behind..... i decided to look up the manual and guess what i found... the reasoning to this very frustrating question...
The contents transferred in MSC mode will not be seen in the PC with MTP mode selected on your device.
The contents transferred in MTP mode will not be seen in the PC with MSC mode selected on your device.
now the solution step-by-step
1. turn on your player when not connected to your pc
2. press 'm' til you get to the menu
3. go into settings
4. go into advanced
5. this shows the protocol the player is currently using... hit your play/pause button and change it to the other protocol
6. turn off your mp3 player
7. connect to pc
now you can see all those songs you couldn't find and delete before...
i used windows explorer and there were all those songs i supposedly deleted.... i deleted them and guess what? instead of over 200 songs i now only have 77.... works perfectly... give it a try... this should work for everyone with this player...
Windows Update from last year killed this player. The company is out of the mp3 business, so there is no way to fix this issue. You could try reformatting the player: Ensure the Digital Audio Player is ON. Use the supplied USB cable to connect between Digital Audio Player and PC. Double click My Computer icon on the desktop. You can find a "Removable Disk" is added to your computer. Right click on the Removable Disk then select Format. Select FAT