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Try the USB connection. Shut down the Yepp, press and hold the "back arrow" button, plug it in the USB (with the arrow button still pressed). After a few secons your system will recognize the Yepp as a USB disk, so you can go to the folders and delete all the junk.
Just find the songs details, and unclick skip when shuffle!! OR Windows media player 10 and 11, are almost the same, I use both, and I don't really know the difference. Go to start, click contrl panel, then change or remove programmes. Go to windows media player 11, and press delete! It won't delete it, it will change it back to windows media 10!!
Need to have service pack 2, media player 10 only from the factory cd, take a pin and press the reset button for 5 seconds. And the charch the device not from the usb port but from a motorola cell phone adaptor. It has the same plug.