Question about SanDisk Sansa m230 MP3 Player
Well, I tried to put some songs in the mp3 player, but it will only letme fit 11 songs. On the computer, I checked the properties, and it saysthat the disk drive is full. I think that something is in there thattakes up all the space is invisible or something that is taking up somuch space. So how can i reset the mp3 player so that i can put theamount of songs that I want?
Go to My Computer in your start menu and double click while your mp3 player is connected to your PC. You will see your player listed there, right click on it and select format, you can select quick format. This will get rid of any large files taking up space. Now start adding music again. Also, when ripping music to your computer, your want to make sure you rip as Mp3, not wave, as wave files are much larger. Let me know how that works for you.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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