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DELETING OLD FILES THAT ARE NOT STORED IN MY PC

I RECENTLY PURCHASED AN IRIVERH10, IT WAS THE LAST ONE AT THE STORE. WHEN I TURNED IT ON I NOTICED THAT THERE WAS QUITE A BIT OF SONGS DOWLOADED ON THE DEVICE ALREADY. I WANT TO DELETE THEM BUT I DON'T SEE IT ON MY PC WHEN I CONNECED THE DEVICE TO MY PC. IT MUST'VE BEEN A RETURNED ITEM AND THE PERSON DID NOT DELETE THE SONGS.

HOW CAN I FIX THIS PROBLEM IN ORDER TO FREE SPACE ON MY IRIVER?
THANK YOU
ANGELA

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Use Windows Media Player to dleete the songs

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