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Connect the player to your computer in the mode that allows you to view the files in Windows Explorer (like it's a drive). Right click on the drive, and choose "Search...". Enter *.mp3;*.wma;*.ogg - basically list every file type you've used, separated by ";" characters, and hit "search". You should see every sound file listed in the search pane. You might like to scroll through the list to double check that you want to do this... ! Press -A to select all the files, and press the delete key.