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Not Doing Anything Sansa c150

My sansa c150 is not deleting any songs, when i delete a song it seems to go away but when i unplug my sansa, then plug it back in, all the songs are back...

also when i turn on my sansa there are no words ANYWHERE
at all

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  • trju May 16, 2008

    and it doesnt play songs either



    but when i plug it into the computer and play the songs with winamp all of them work just fine!

  • Dan Castro Jun 03, 2008

    I have 303 Rhapsody protected mode songs on my Sansa C150 and I can go through the motions of deleting almost all of the files, but maybe 2 or 3 saying they are write protected. When I power down the C150, all the files I thought I deleted, are back. I've been trying to delete the files using Real Player V10.5 and notice as it "pretends" to delete files, numbers showing space used compared to the capcity of the C150 go to about 1.6 Gb from 1.87 Gb. Which sort of indicates files were deleted, but it stays at 1.6 Gb after nearly all the files are supposedly gone. Disconnecting USB cable brings back all that had been deleted. This player only seems to work using Rhapsody, which really makes the C150 Junk worthless.

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Go to my computer when it is plugged up and delete the music from the harddrive of the player.

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