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Old 05-31-2008, 12:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I used to pull over my podcasts using Windows Explorer on my PC using drag and drop, and manage my library of files on my BBY through that. For whatever reason, my PC no longer recognizes my BBY, though it syncs just fine.

How do I delete the podcasts I've heard and add new ones if I can't get in to see them?

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You should be able to delete old ones direct from the BB itself.

Try disconnecting from the USB cable, rebooting both the BB (pull the battery while powered on) and the PC. Then try again and see of the removable drive appears in your PC drives.
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Tried that. No luck. Thanks for the quick answer.
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Has your drive lettering on your PC changed recently (added another removable drive or such)? The USB Media Card connection, i understand, prefers F: or G:. If you have that taken up with something else, try relettering those drives to something else like J or K, and leave F open. I have seen that work in a matter such as yours.
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