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How do you reset?

OK, my brother has this player, and he's very upset because he accidentally autosynced it, and now he has all my "horrible" songs, lol.
I've tried everything to get them off, but I can't. So I've decided our best option would probably be to just reset it. I just don't know how!
How do you wipe one of these clean??

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1Connect sansa to computer.
2Open ''my computer''
2rRight click the device
3click format
done!

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

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