Here's my problem:
I put all my songs on, but every time I plug it in to the computer it erases a few more songs. I tried putting them back on with Windows Media Player but somehow EVERYTHING got erased: all my songs, photos and videos. It's plugged into the computer now, but what it does is it stays connected for about 5 seconds, then says it's writing, then the screen goes fuzzy and it restarts itself. It keeps doing this over and over again and it won't ler me sync it. What to I do???
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Re: wont load any songs
Are you unplugging it everytime you put a song in it? if you are then the harddrive in the player will stop working until the whole song is in the player. also it maybe the player has a backup flow that if you keep adding it erases one song at a time. some players do that. dont let the battery run dead either keep it at half way all batteries in players like that dont last long when the batteries is used all the way i hope i helped you out good luck on the player.
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You will need to wipe it clean then put all your songs back into it. Try using a different computer and then put iTunes on it and that should erase it all and then just load your Ipod back up with your music. What happens is that if the Ipod can't read the song, it stutters, tries to play that part, and sometimes skips songs.
are you trying to delete the songs from a different computer than you put them on ? i had this problem when i used my roomates computer to put some songs on my old sandisc when i tried to erase them from my computer they wouldnt show up but i had no room left on the mp3 so i ended up haveing to erase them on the same computer as i had downloaded them on
If it persists, try backing up all your songs to your computer, and then go into the player's settings and hit Erase internal memory. Then put your songs back on the player. The erase option actually reformats the memory. Very occasionally they can get file system problems that can cause strange things like this to happen.
I would wait for the writing message to go away before disconnecting the player - this is the standard message it will give you when you are transferring songs to the player. If it still says writing after 5 minutes (this is assuming you are not trying to load more than 20 songs at once), then you might have a real problem.
Make sure the files you are trying to load do not have DRM encryption on them, and also make sure they are in mp3 or wma format.
If you have Windows Media Player 11:
Quick Method 1 - Erases Everything: Connect your Sansa player to the computer and open Windows Media Player. Click on the Sync tab. Pull down the drop down menu underneath the Sync tab by moving your cursor over the Sync tab and left clicking on the little black arrow underneath the Sync tab. Highlight "Sansa 1GB" (wording may vary slightly), and then select "Format." - this should erase everything.
Quick Method 2 - Erases Everything: Get the latest firmware upgrade from Sansa - it updates the firmware and erases every song in the player all at once. Note: this method doesn't work if already have the latest firmware. Go to this website and click "Firmware Updater" to find out: http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/DriverDownloads.aspx
your phone may have a root folder limitation on how many it can see in the root , try creating a folder and dropping them into that. or take all the songs off and use the phone to format/erase the card , then put the songs back and see it that helps.
Had the same problem with being able to load MP3 songs onto the phone but they would not play. Elapsed song time indicator remained at 0.00.
In Windows Media Player, select Sync Menu......then Samsung Juke........then Format. The warning states that you will lose all data. This only pertains to the songs that you cannot get to work anyway. Your stored phone #'s will still be there after the reformat.
I reformatted and reloaded the MP3's and everythings now works just fine.
1. plug in Sansa to computer 2. Open My computer 3. Click on your Sansa 3. Click MUSIC 4. Delete the songs you dont want on it...if that folder is empty make sure you have windows showing all the hidden files...
use windows media player and go to sync and put songs there..hope that help..
You should be able to hook your mp3 player up to your computer with the USB cable. This will allow you to browser the directory where the songs are and delete or add new songs. Your mp3 player will appear in your computer as a removable disk. The songs that you put on your mp3 player need to be in mp3 or wma format. I also found the instruction manual for your product in pdf format. http://www.gpx.com/shop_ind.php?id=%20%20344#