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Can't delete music or load music on my sansa e250r 2.0

I keep getting an error that tells me theres not enough space to down load music on my sansa e250r plus I can't delete the songs that are on the player now it shows that the play lists are empty but the songs are still on my player I am at the end of my rope please help me before I toss it out the window Tina Brenner

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In your windows media you will see the device name listed..you have to make sure the device is under MTP mode..then click on the player and you will see all the songs...you can just right click on the songs and delete them..if you dont want the device to sync automatically you can click on sync and then click on the device name and click on sync setting..there you can modify if you want it to sync automatically..
Should you have any questions..let me know..
P.S.Please rate accordingly...
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