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Deleting unresponsive files

I was trying to delete all of my music files off my SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player and a glitch occured. One of the music files (I know which one) became corrupt or something because it has weird coded name, it won't delete , and when I try to put new music files on it turns them into "bad tracks" and eventually freezes up during the process.

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Try to get your computer to give it a drive letter go to my computer find the device right click then format. ti shoud format
at the same format by defult.

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