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I've explored numerous option to delete specific folders/files from this unit unsuccessfully. When clicking delete the following text boxes appear simultaneously: Error Deleting Folder. File name, could not be deleted. The device has either stopped or been disconnected AND a Deleting text box showing an open folder emptying its contents into a Recycle bin. Within a second or two the unit automatically disconnects. Recently added files are deletable.

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Hi, what makes the files your trying to delete is not able to delete is, because the files your trying to delete has been affected by VIRUS and can be able to delete..

You will need to reset the Mp3 player .you can use the manual below for help

http://www.cobyusa.com/files/setupguide/MP705_SG.pdf

Have nice day..

Posted on Feb 17, 2011

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