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Computer deleted my mp4 files

I attached the usb cable of my digital mp4 to my computer to download new songs.. since i don't have stored music/ songs on my computer, i tried to connect to the internet hoping to download songs through bearshare.. after downloading music not knowing if it was really downloaded on my gadget, i left my gadget still attached to the usb cable & when i came back & try to turn on my mp4.. it says disk empty.. when i tried to download songs to my gadget, it says an error occured.. and now, i can't download any files on my mp4.. what should i do?

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If you are able to use the Sansa Updater with your player, try formating it and using the updater to fix the things that are wrong with it. To format your player: 1) Goto "My Computer" and and right click your player's icon. 2) Move down the little menu that pops up when you right click it to "Format..." 3) Then, "Quick Format" it. 4) Then unplug your player from your PC. To download the Sansa Updater: 1) Click this link: http://sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376 2) Follow the instructions to install it. To get it to work: with most PC's it should load up all by it self when you plug it in if it is in a MSC mode or if it does it in a regular mode. (I have had no experience with this model only the newer Sansa models) NOTE: If you have Windows Vista, the updater will NOT work. You will need to contact th company through their website to get a different version of the updater. Good Luck! I hope this will help you in fixing your player. Have a nice day.

Posted on Jul 18, 2007

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SOURCE: MP4 won't download

Install the Philips Device Manager software and drivers from the product CD.

You then need to use the Windows Media Player, Sync function to transfer music tracks.

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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Posted on Jul 06, 2008

SOURCE: my mp4 says empty disk

try to format it...or look at the folder where you place your songs maybe you missplace your songs...because there are specific folders where you should place your songs or videos....

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Mp4 Empty Disk.

n o puedo ver videos en el mp4 i no tengo ese disco de formato
donde puedo descargar uno

Posted on Nov 26, 2008

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