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Deleting Music Hi. Is there any way to delete music from my player? I can't find my manual to know if it's possible or not. I've been using Windows Media Player to manage my music. Thanks! Becky

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Plug in your player , go my comp and u shud see your device , just click it , music and delte the files

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Disable Auto-Sync in Windows Media Player 11 – go to Microsoft's website for pictorial demonstration

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