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Delete songs that came on refurbished sansa

I just got an e25o sansa with 20 songs left on it. Wanna delete them It didn't come with any software CDs, so don't know what to do... Also, this is my first mp3, so...pretty much lost. Help

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  • soleilsoleil Sep 05, 2007

    ...I forgot to mention that I have done that and the songs do not appear on the drive on my pc. It's really weird!
    They are on the player, but don't appear on the actual drive. It's like they're phantom files or something. I see all the songs that I Do Not want on the player, but I can't delete them using my pc

  • soleilsoleil Sep 05, 2007

    thanks!!!! done!!!!
    those bloody songs are gone!

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Go to my computer and double click on the sandisk. Go to Tools -> Folder Options... Then click the tab "View" and under hidden files and folders, select "Show all hidden files and folders" Afterwards, in the sandisk, a folder name Music will appear. Just delete it.

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Your player should be listed in my computer on your pc when connected as a removable device, so right click and explore it and explore all the folders for the mp3 files, select and delete them as necassary.

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