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I can't remove my songs from my sansa. how can i just wipe it clean and start over from scratch on a new computer

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Connect it to the computer and open up windows media player and open up the burn/sync screen and on the right where it has the option to burn or sync to disc or other window hit the tab down and click your sansa when it shows +music click that and it should show you whats all on there and remove one by one or right click on music that will bring down a option box and click delete

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