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Deleting files! I have a Sansa m200 seires mp3 player (m240 to be exact), and I can't delete my songs off of it. I have Windows XP, and use Windows Media Player 11 if you need to know that. I have deleted songs before but now I am stuck. When I open Media Player with my mp3 player plugged in, it pops up right, and to the left it registers that I have it pluged in and have so much space left. But in the center where it is suppose to list the songs you have on your mp3 player, it says there are no songs on it. I've clicked every possible thing that I can, and I have used advice given to others but nothing seems to work. I don't know what to do, I'm at my wits end. Someone please help!!

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  • Rach Wad Jun 21, 2007

    I have tried this, but it comes up blank, like I have no songs on my mp3 player. I open the file "Audible" and it is empty. Is there anything else I can do, or is my mp3 player completely messed up?

  • Rach Wad Jun 21, 2007

    Sorry! A setting on my mp3 player was wrong. It's all fixed now, so thanks for your help!

  • jandn96 Feb 25, 2008

    I have a Sansa m200 seires mp3 player , and I can't delete my songs off of it. When I click on "my computer ",then the device, then music file,it only shows 6 of the 26 songs that are on the player.

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You know, you can right click on your sansa player in your my computer list and click format. you dont have to change the format at all! all you have to do is click 'start' and 'yes' when it tells you it will get rid of all your data.

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When you plug in the mp3 player via usb, it should show as a removable drive, probably showing as an 'E' or 'F' drive. You will be able to double click it to view all your mp3's, it's also an easy way to add your files in this way, just copy the songs from wherever you have them saved, then paste them into your mp3 player.

Posted on Jun 20, 2007

  • Anonymous Jun 20, 2007

    sorry the removable drive (your MP3 player) will show in my computer.

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