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1. First, check your device setting up on MTP or MSC? Turn on device, go to "settings" , press down or up to find "USB Mode", you can see the check mark at MTP (auto detect) or MSC mode. Change to another usb mode.
2. You have 2 ways to delete songs:
2.1. Delete songs by device: play songs, press down (sub menu) until you meet "delete song", select it and yes
If you delete all items in device: Settings, Format, and yes
2.2. Delete songs by computer: plug device to computer, double click on device icon, Music folder, and delete songs you want. If you don't see songs in there, unplug the device from pc, and then change USB mode, and plug device to pc to delete.
1) Go to Settings/USB Mode and change to MSC mode which make it works as a flash drive/memory stick2) In Windows explorer, you should see two drives in My Computer, one for the unit, one for the card slo3) As for a 'normal' PC, you can now just delete any files/songs from your Sansa directories in either drives! (you can also move existing or add new files).note: if your normally use SanDisk Media Converter program or Windows Media Player, you must change the USB mode setting on your Sansa back to 'MTP' before those programs can see your device.
Your Fuze MAY have an option to change USB modes If it has this option, go into the "Settings" menu and under "USB" change the mode the Fuze uses to communicate and see if that helps.
Keep in mind, changing it will affect how it connects to the computer too, so you may have to change the setting each time you switch between the computer and the home theater, unless you find a mode that works for both.
you can change the usb mode in the sansa player settings to MCS then connect it to the computer, in windos xp the device will be recognized automacally. go to the explorer or to my pc and you should see it there.. go to the folder music and delete what you want,, you can copy music as well.
then desconect it safely and restart the device,, It will refresh the database and that's it.
you can change the USB mode bac to MTP if you wish.
It seems as thought the player itself has actually frozen. I have the same player and it has never done this to me. If you havent allready try leaving it alone in a quiet place for a day or two until it runs out of battery. Then plug it in to your PC to charge and it should be okay. As this has happend to me with other players. If it isnt however, try to resolve the issue by somehow updating the firmware. Try googling "SanDisk Sansa e260 Firmware Upgrade" and see what you can find. If there is something which looks hopeful try it, but if it doesnt work, the perhaps the only option is to return or exchange the player at its place of purchase. P.S Check the USB modes.
change the usb type to MSC under settings. when you connect the player to the computer it will now show up us a harddrive. right click on the players icon and select format IT WILL DELETE EVERYTHING ON THE PLAYER. after that has been done it should work properly just sync all of your music back onto it.