Hello: have a sansa clip+. 16G microsSD chip. That will do for my needs. I want to completely erase all that info on the builtin disk (4 or 8 G I don’t remember which). I was able to erase & keep erased, all the stoopid songs that came with the internal disk. But although I erase them, the folders keep coming back. And there is a lot of junk there, named for example with “000003b4l”. These are more files that keep coming back. I have removed the .bin files several times. No difference. Is there a way to have these things removed, forever, from the internal disk & never have them reappear? I don’t use windows format, but use the built-in clip+ format tool, since I have no assurance the clip+ will read anything if I don’t use its own tool. But I suspect things are being restored from the firmware. So there’s no way to get what I want, cause the firmware’s always going to do what it wants?
-Also, there’s 2 files on the 16G SD micro chip, “DO6” and “DO8”. Again, I think these magically appeared (but I haven’t listened to them yet, I think they’re more “tunes” the firmware put there). Does the clip+ do that and again how do I get them permanently out?