When the player is plugged into your computer via an USB port, it appears on your Windows Explorer as another drive. The drag-and-drop works here as it would for any drive or folder. Highlight the materials you want to delete and do so. Open another window with your tunes directory displayed, and right-drag as many files as will fit onto your player. You're welcome.
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Before you even think about installing this player, uninstall window media player 11 and get windows media player 10. Windows Media Player 11 ruins this player. Then, use windows media player 10 to sync music to this GoGear. You can get the software (which is not essential for basic use) at www.philips.com/support - enter country and model #, then click on software & drivers.
well you could go through and delete them individually (and for those directions I'd need your specific type of player), or if you have you have more that you want to delete than you want to keep, yank out the battery and put it back in. that clears all your changes since you bought it.