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I would like to removed some music from my mp3

Removed some music from my mp3

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    can not remove music from s2001 mp3 have tried using mp3 and also edit from computer

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Hi dear

Depending on how you connect that device, if you plug it through USB, then an icon should come up in "My Computer" as a removable disk, just go in that way and delete the files manually.

If your device comes with software, you could probably use the software to delete the music off of it that way.

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Many people find it difficult to sync there mp3 with windows media player, because it can be very annoying.

To get around this, First: Connect the mp3 player to your computer.

Next, got to my computer.

You should see the mp3 player in there as a removable disk,

Right-Click on the removable disk and select "explore"

This will open a window showing all unhidden files/folders in the mp3 player.

Leave the window open,... next find the music you want to add to the mp3 on your computer.

Windows Media Player music can be found in the my music folder.

Once you have discovered the music you want to add to the mp3 player, go to the mp3 player folder (removable disk).... there should be a folder in there labeled music.

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If there isn't a delete option available on your mp3 player, then here's what i suggest.

Connect your mp3 player to your computer.
Once you have been given notification of the connection, got to my computer.

The mp3 player will be shown as a removable disk.

Right-Click on the removable disk and select the "explore" option.

This will open a new window showing the contents of the mp3 player.

There should be a folder inside the mp3 player (removable disk) labeled music, or a large display of multiple music files.

From here, select the music files you want to delete.... but note that *all music you delete from the mp3 player will be removed permanently, and will not be redirected to the recycle bin*...but you can always get it back ;)

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I to have so many problems with windows media player its a shame... but like all things there is a way around it.

If the music you are trying to put on the mp3 is in windows media player, then you'll need to track it down.. *note- not all removable media comply with windows media player*

If you are using a PC-- desktop, then finding the music should be simple, and found in the folder my music.

Once you have located the music you want to put on your mp3, you'll have to find your mp3 player.

The mp3 player should show up as a removable disk or storage in "my computer".

Once you have found your mp3 as a removable disk, right click it, then go to explore. This should open a folder containing the contents of your mp3 player.

You may see several folders in it, but the one you want to go to is of course music.

From here on its simple... the My Music folder on your computer should still be open.... also the music folder inside your mp3 folder should be open.

Drag and drop the music files from the my music folder to your mp3 folder... a notification and time of the transfer will appear.

When it is done... the music will be added to your mp3 player ..... this process can also be used vice versa, as in getting music from your mp3 to your computer.

Please notify me if there are any problems.. thanxx <(^_^)>

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Plug your mp3 player into the computer using a USB cable. Make sure you only have the one MP3 player plugged in, and no flash drives or cameras, etc.

There may be a button on your MP3 player that sets the mode to MTP or USB or Ready Mode. Make sure the setting is at MTP.

Open My Computer from the start menu. There should be a list of drives and document folders. You should see a drive labeled "removable storage" or "_____-Audio Player", (_____ may be your name or the name of the mp3 player).

Double click that drive. You may now see something to the effect of "SD/MMC Card" and or "Audio Player" or the name of your MP3 Player. You may also see files that say "Music" or even the music files themselves.

Double click on "Audio Player" if you do not have music on your SD/MMC Card (or if you just don't have one in your MP3 player).

If there is no "Audio Player" file, click on "Music" or the next best looking folder (it won't harm your computer or MP3 player if you look in all the folders). This should open up into Music files or a folder labeled Music. Double click this folder. Inside you should see all the music (or videos) that is on the MP3 player. Delete the music folders and files, but be careful not to delete anything else. The folders should be labeled by Artists, then Albums, then finally the actual music files. Delete all the Artists, albums, etc, to remove the music.

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Hope this helps.

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