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Re: Deleting Voice Recordings off my Sandisk m230 512 mb
Yeah... Go to "My Computer," and select the player by right clicking and then hitting explore. You then need to hunt around in those folders till you find your recordings and then just highlight them and hit delete.
If you can't find them, try starting over, then after you "explore," go to tools-->folder options-->view--> then turn on "view hidden folders"
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While looking at mine right now I suggest: Go to the main menu (on your mp3 player)--then click on files--then go to recorded--then either voice or radio--then click the MENU button on the side--then click delete. Hope that helped!
Connect your sansa to the computer via usb. (assuming you have windows) Now go to "My Computer". If your sansa is in automatic mode, it should show up as "sansa c205". Double Click on that. Now double click on "internal memory". (If you don't have that, just skip it) Now double click on "recordings". Double click "Voice". Now a list of your recordings show up. Simply delete the ones you don't want, such as "001" and "002".
When you deleted the voice recordings, you may have also deleted the key system file that allows the recorder to operate properly. Download the Sansa Firmware Updater for the c200 series from Sandisk's website, and see if it will reload a complete version of the firmware.
Instead of using Windows Media Player, connect the Sansa to the computer, double-click My Computer, double-click the Sansa drive, and go to the Voice folder - drag the recordings to the Desktop or some other location on your computer. This will backup those songs for you in case something goes wrong.