Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Connect the USB cable to your MP3 player, then hook the other end to a free USB port on your computer. Double-click on the MP3 player’s icon to view the music files stored to memory. Scroll through the list of files until you find the ones that you wish to delete. Click on single items you wish to delete. Right-click on the highlighted files to pull down an action list and from there select -Delete. The computer will ask if you really want to throw the file away. Select OK. Exit from the window, then disconnect the USB cable from the MP3 player. The player will automatically turn off. The memory will update the first time you turn the player on after deleting songs.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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