Question about Microsoft Windows Media Player
The easiest way to delete them is actually to hook the Sony device to your computer and go to My Computer, which is under START.. it may just be called COMPUTER depending on what version of Windows you are running. Go there and you will find the player there, it will be the last drive letter (for example drive E: or F:), or may appear at the very bottom as an MP3 player. Just double click it and there you will have access to all the files on the device.
Just go through and locate each file, whether it is music, pictures, or videos, and just click it once to highlight it, then hit DELETE on your keyboard. It will pop up asking you to confirm that you want to delete it. Then it will be removed from the device.
Please let me know if this is unclear or if you need more help, just reply to my answer here and I will be right back to help you!
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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