Question about SanDisk Sansa c140 MP3 Player
I legally bought downloads of two albums on artist Girl Talk's myspace page. One album is called Feed the Animals and one is called Night Ripper. I was able to burn CDs and both play in car and home. All the files work fine on my Computer in WMP and Real Player. Now here is the weird thing.
My SanDisk Sansa C140 mp.3 player plays Night Ripper tracks of which I have a couple in the folder but none of Feed the Animals. There are 14 tracks in the Feed the Animals folder and they all show up in the window of the player but won't play, and ultimately freezes up the player and I have to take the battery out. I am baffled why they won't play, and have tried renaming the files, etc. to no avail. Are there too many tracks in the folder? I have more than 14 Dave Matthews songs and they play fine.
I noticed that the tracks are encoded with LAME v3.97 on Feed the Animals (but not Night Ripper) but I even wrote the musician and his technical crew and they said that had nothing to do with it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I'd say try going into properties of the file your are trying to transfer into your MP3. Highlight all of the songs you want on the same album. You will then need to right click on them to go into the properties menu. Once you are there go to the Summary Tab, you will need to enter under "Album Title", the same title for all of the music you want to group. This should then in turn create an album with all of your favorite songs on your MP3 player. Good luck!
Posted on Jan 02, 2007
try to format it. Call sandisk and ask them about how to format it...they can tell you more over the phone than i can emailing you. Maxx
Posted on Jan 04, 2007
I had a crash with no error message and as suggested held off button down for 20s or so and now it seems fine.Thankyou Iferris.
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
You can go to the file directly and rename it if Windows Media Player wont allow it.
The file should be located in the My Music Folder.
Right Click on the track and select Properties>Summary Tab. Then you can edit any of the fields you want.
The next time you open Windows Media Player, the changes will be there.
Best of Luck.
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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