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i suppose your player is under a virus attack. clean it with an original antivirus software and also your pc too.reset your player to original factory settings. remember this will erase all your data in the device. so you can make a backup before formatting the device. that will solve your problem
In Windows Media Player, click the arrow underneath the Rip tab select Rip options, and change the format to mp3. Now, rerip the CD's and THEN synchronize them to the GoGear. The songs from the internet need to be in mp3 format only - some GoGear models do not recognize DRM-protected WMA's.
Try deleting them through the windows explorer folders. Using windows xp you'll get a pop up when the device is recognized on your computer. Click the windows explorer option, then find your sansa in "my computer" If deleting them there doesn't work then I don't know, I'm having some issues with this too. Good luck.
VERSION 9 OF WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER CANNOT SYNC FILES, YOU MAY NEED TO DOWNLOAD A NEW DRIVER FROM THE WEBSITE...TRY DRAG AND DROP
GO TO MY COMPUTER FIND YOUR DEVICE AND DRAG AND DROP....YOUR PLAYER MAY NOT PLAY THE SONG IF YOU DO NOT HAVE "ID3" TAGS, TO ADD THEM, LEFT CLICK ON THE SONG AND CLICK PROPERTIES THEN CLICK THE DETAILS TAB AND THEN CLICK ADVANCED <IF NEEDED>, JUST TYPE IN THE INFORMATION