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Re: some songs wont delete
Delete from the Windows desktop if possible. Double click on My Computer. Double click on the icon of the Sansa. Go into the music folder and delete from there.
Format - Erases Everything: Connect your Sansa player to the computer and open Windows Media Player. Click on the Sync tab. Pull down the drop down menu underneath the Sync tab by moving your cursor over the Sync tab and left clicking on the little black arrow underneath the Sync tab. Highlight "Sansa 1GB" (wording may vary slightly), and then select "Format." - this should erase everything.
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Im not sure if this will help... but i think most MP3's delete songs this way... Plug in the MP3 using the USB and go to 'my computer'. Click on the MP3 icon and then click on the files... simply delete them by using the delete button.
Whatever you do, don't delete the whole folder - it will permanently mess up your GoGear. Here's what I would do: run a Repair in the Philips Device Manager OR update the firmware on the player if it won't let you do the repair - the reason that I am suggesting this is that it will delete all of the music files off your GoGear so that you can start over from scratch, as a side effect. Once everything is deleted, change the Rip format in Windows Media Player to Mp3 - it will not give you special options like read-only, etc. Then, re-rip the CD's and load the mp3 files onto the GoGear.
i have the same problem but i believe it is because of one computer using Fat32 file system and another using NTFS the only way i can think to fix it with out reformating is to make a FAT32 File partition on your computer so windows can operate in that environment for example if you used windows 98 to put music on this thing and then try to view it with XP the file systems are different and cant be recognized. you can make a back up of the system files for it on the computer. Format the device and then when you save NTFS files to it your new computer will recognize it. Im just trying to make sure that if i format the drive i wont lose the operating system on he mp3 player
You can delete them from yahoo music jukebox, you click on the rca 100 in the left menu bar and when the songs come up right click on the songs you don't want and it will say play, delete, etc. click on delete and it will delete it from your player.