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It won't let me delete songs

My sandisk won't let me delete some of the songs. I was first having a problem getting my computer to recognize it, so I put it in MSC mode. That let me add some songs. Then I wanted to delete some old songs, but it would only show the ones added in MSC mode. When I switch back to auto detect the computer won't recognize the device so I can't delete the files. Can anyone help me?

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  • jimmyprasn Dec 22, 2008

    his is prasanna

    i have bought e250R sansa rhapsody mp3 player fo thanskgiving day. The questionis: i have copied the songs from my computer and pasted it in my player but the when i run it the songs shows "bad track" and i have deleted it, and when i viewed it in player the song is still showing

    can anyone tell what should be done?



  • Anonymous Jan 10, 2009

    I don't know if this is the same problem.
    I've had this MP3 player for years, and haven't changed the music on it in a long time. I have since upgraded (?) to a Vista computer, and now when I use this, a) I can't open the CD it came with (only works with XP) and b) the weird part -- I can't see or edit any of the music that is already on it. I have a small amount of space free, so I can put on a few songs at a time. But everything that was there before just doesn't show up anywhere. WMP shows that the device is mostly full but there are no tracks showing ANYWHERE, either through WMP or just looking at what's on the device directly. Anyone else had this and come up with anything?
    Thanks!

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    I should clarify that the solution offered doesn't work with mine -- the songs are not shown anywhere on the device, no matter how I get to the contents.

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  1. We Too had a hard time deleting a song but found the solution..... Put the mp3 play in the MSC mode through the settings do not put in auto.....when your computer prompts that the music player is connected it will have a screen that asks play music, open folder to veiw files..... or take no action... you neew to click on the open folder to veiw files..... when this screen loads find the song or songs that you want to delete right click and then delete it will only delete from the mp3 player.....took me two days of pissing with this mp3 player to figure it out......

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