Question about SanDisk Sansa m250 MP3 Player
I went to add some songs today, and this is what I got when I opened up the MP3 player on my comp:
WTF? Where's my songs and folders? It was working fine until today.
Marth - in the menu, go to Settings --> USB Mode --> Autodetect; if it is already set to auto, then change to either MTP mode or MSC mode - one mode will show Audible/Recordings, and the other will show your Music
this player had a messed up file system, which is wqhy you're experiencing that problem
guest - your mp3 player is incompatible with protected Rhapsody WMA's - switch to Rhapsody's mp3-only subscription level, and reload the songs, and they will play fine (remember: with rhapsody, once your 30-day trial or subscription expires, any WMA files will become useless. Stick with their mp3 subscription, and you will be fine).
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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