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Song Alphabetizer The alphabetizer on my Sansa e260r is all screwed up, the order of the songs in my library is completely random. Some songs and artists appear multiple times in the library. I tried a factory reset on the Options menu but it didnt do anything. What should i do?

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The best thing to do is reformat it

Posted on Jan 25, 2007

  • Maxwell Wild Jan 25, 2007

    You can plug the mp3 player into your computer and right click on the icon in the MY COMPUTER window, and click on FORMAT. It should come to a new window and click on start format. If this doesn't work, then call me to help you any further. Ask for Maxwell at 1-(239)-945-0583.

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Hi, In the Playback mode on your Sansa player, press Submenu.

Scroll down to and select Shuffle.

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the only thing you can try is to reinstall the latest firmware as this get rid of alot of the problems they was having you might lose all your stuff you have put on their but at least you will get it working properly again ok follow these instructions
1 with mp3 off swith lock/hold button to on position
2 hold down rec button on left hand side keep holding it down
3 now switch mp3 on whilst still holding down rec button
4 it should now say recovery mode
dont connect to computer yet but goto sandisk website and download the latest firmware onto your computer then open this file it will then take you through the process of updating the latest firmware ok

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If you did not transfer the music with same copy or version of Windows Media Player that you are trying to view them with, you cannot see them.

Its a Windows problem, not the device.


You can view the contents in My Computer>Device Name (e260)>MUSIC folder and manually add or delete files that way.




Best of Luck.

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