Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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It seems I have got a couple of "invalid tracks" on the Mp3player (Sansa E260). I really don't know how to delete them, because they can't be seen in the Music carpet. Moreover, the player blocks itself when connected to computer through USB. Impossible to deblock it or switch it off. This happens every time; can't load any more music.

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Go into the Setup menu and switch the USB mode to MSC. Then, when you connect to your computer, the Sansa should show up as a removable disk drive (or two, if you have a microSD card installed) in Explorer. Navigate into the MUSIC folder, then into the appropriate album. You should then see the tracks, and you should be able to delete the offending tracks.

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