Question about Coby MP815 Digital Media Player
The best and quickest way to erase all from you player would be to use windows explorer. Just treat it as any other folder (music folder) select it, right click, then choose delete. Another sure fire way is to format the player either though the coby Media Manager program (look in bottom right corner) or open a command prompt and use the format command. For instance, if your computer designates the player as drive letter F: then you would type at the command prompt...
Format F: /u
Don't worry about the other items on the player, such as, the radio, setup menu, etc. they will still be there. Format will remove all other data (Music, photos, text, video, and even the Media Manager program) so to be safe you should backup any files you want to keep first, especially the media manager program.
I prefer the coby media manager over the windows media player and/or real-player. It is alot easier to update the song info if you have to do so manually. Especially if you are trying to add album art to the songs.
Remember...Back up you player programs before using the format option...or deleting any files for that matter.
Posted on May 18, 2011
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