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That's fairly easy actually, just connect it to your computer and open "My Computer". Then select the drive your MP3 player is located (like mine is E:, but yours may vary). If you look around, you'll find the music folder (or if in MSC, it's in the root folder). Just locate the song and right-click and delete.
Download and install iTunes.
Grab songs from a CD using Windows Media Player, or sign up for an online music service (or purchase songs directly from iTunes).
Click on the icon of the iPod.
Click on music - add the folder in which your songs are stored.
Better yet - read the full version of your user's manual.
I bought scan disk mp3 but once i have connected it with my laptop to add new songs , i dont know what happen now it is blank all data is lost i can now only listen radio through it songs are not adding into it. as all dta is lost or formated.
I wasn't able to find a owner's manual, but I might be able to answer the 3 questions you posted anyways ^^
If it says it's a 128MB mp3 player, then the answer to "How much memory is built into it?" would be "128MB", right..? If songs average about 5MB each, that's enough for about 25 songs?
DSP stands for Digital Signal Processing.. it should be able to change the sound of the song a little bit (like boosting/lowering the bass or treble, or making it sound better on different kinds of speakers). Try hitting it and see if the song sounds slightly different.
As for turning it off.. try the same way you turned it on? There should be a power button.. or maybe try holding down the stop or pause button for a few seconds, see what that does.
YOUR NOT GOING TO HAVE THE OPTION ON THE MP3 PLAYER, YOU WILL HAVE THE OPTION WHEN YOU LOAD IT TO THE COPUTER. ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS RIGHT CLICK ON THE SONGS THAT YOU WANT REMOVED AND SELECT DELETE. I HOPE THAT WORKS FOR YOU.
THE IPOD ISSUE I HAVE NOT CLUE SORRY