YES THAT IS A PEICE OF USEFUL INFROMTAION.
HERE'S WHAT YOU DO
1. TAKE THE BATTERY OUT OF THE PLAYER. ( I DONT KNOW WHY, BUT IT SAYS YOUR SUPPOSED TO.)
2. PLUG THE USB CORD INTO THE PLAYER AND INTO THE COMPUTER
3.OPEN WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER AND CLICK SYNC AT THE TOP.
4. CLICK THE "MUSIC" LINK ON THE RIGHT HAND SIDE AND THE NAMES OF THE ARTISTS ON THE MPE PLAYER SHOULD COME UP.
5. OBVIOUSLY YOU CLICK THE ARTISTS AND IT SHOULD OPEN UP THEE NAME OF THE SONG OR SONGS.
6. CLICK THE SONG AND CLICK THE RED X ABOVE IT.
NOW, I DONT KNOW IF IT WILL HELP YOU BUT I JUST FOUND THAT OUT LIKE FIVE MINUTES AGO. SO GOOD LUCK!
I had trouble getting WMP, Rhapsody, or Windows to see any of the songs on my m240. The only way I found to get them to show up was to plug the player into the USB hot. I know you normally should not do that, but it was the only way I could get them to show up. Of course, Sandisk's site was useless.
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go under - my computer - and choose the removable drive your player is creating (ex Removable drive E:) and you should find the folder with the songs this way.Of course you have to conect your player to the computer first :-)
Go to Windows Media Player under the Sync tab, over on the far left should be the name of the player, click on it and find the name of the song by album title, artist, or whatever, click on the title and click delete and you should be able to delete any song you like without deleting them all