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I am trying to delete music from my mp3. I have sent all the music to the recycle bin, but it is still in the mp3. What do I need to do?

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If you synchronize your mp3 player's library with that of your computer's, they should match. If that doesn't work, try emptying the recycle bin and re-synching.

Posted on Aug 31, 2008

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  • Unlike other documents and files, once the music file hits the Recycle Bin, it’s gone. Make sure that you are deleting the correct file.

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