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Deleting loaded tracks ie ones I've loaded

I loaded about 500 songs from various CD's for use with my Kindy class. Trouble is some come up as 'bad track' and don't play then the player skips over this track and plays the next track. This throws the songs out of order so that when I press on a track I get the next one or a track 3 or 4 ahead. I've tried deleting the tracks that are bad and most went but some have stayed on under 'unknown' and just won't delete. A particular album that I've tried to delete is called 'Sing' an album of songs for school kids in Australia. I get the message Windows Media player must close now - unknown error. What should I do. I've even tried deleting everything and starting over but this one particular album just won't delete.

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You should try taking the battery out. if you unscrew the for screws on the back there will be a battery just take that out and put it back in this should delete everything if it doesnt then i dont know. dont worry about takeing it apart your only takeing the back off to where the battery is. just like your cell phone.

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