When i insert my mp3 USB cable into the computer, in the device manager it has its own like USB hardware. i cant open the files on my mp3. i dont know how to open it, it clearly doesnt work with the usb cable. before i just used to insert the usb cable and it would appear on My Computer, but now its not even there when i insert it. so when i insert the usb cable, in the device manager there appears a new thing 'Windows Poertable Devices'. and i dont know how the hell to open the folders on my mp3. i saved some data on it and now i cant open them. please if anybody knows how to fix this problem email me!!! email@example.com
Hi i have been facing a pro with my sony mp4(2GB) china made player i've been formatted it with fat32 after formatting it became 108 mb one of my friend said format it with fat and i did it became 101 mb how can i fix the pro pls mail me firstname.lastname@example.org
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Definitely! You don't need the software at all. Just connect the player to your computer with the USB. It should open as a disk drive (if it asks you, choose 'open folder to view files') and then you can just copy music to it with drag and drop. Then use 'safely remove hardware' before you unplug it again, and you should be 'good to go'.
Sorry mate it has been corrupted and and may not work any more it seems the set up and read file that is like a operating system has been moved or deleted. The same things happens with usb drives.or has been disconnected without using the disconnect usb device icon.
1. Turn on and connect your Sandisk MP3 player to the computer using the USB connection cable. 2. Select "Open folder/device to view files" when prompted by Windows Explorer. You can also look for the Sandisk MP3 player under "My Computer." 3. Navigate to the folder on your device where your songs are stored. 4. Select the files (songs) you want to delete and press the "Delete" key. 5. Exit from the window, then disconnect the USB cable from the Sansa MP3 player. The player will automatically turn off. The memory will update the first time you turn the player on after deleting songs.
Uninstall/remove the mp3 player from the device manager of windows while its plugged into you computer and unplug afterwards from your usb port and plug it back in, windows now sees a new device and starts installing it.
Go to the configuration panel\system and click at the tab hardware and klik at the button device manager.
You can connect the device to your computer and manage it thru "My Computer.
Open My Computer, then open the device (i.e. Sansa m240). Inside there is a Music folder, you can delete them from here. You can also drag songs here to transfer to the player.
If you are not able to see the "music" folder, you may need to enable "Hidden Files and Folders" on your computer.
Best of Luck.
First remove the Sansa from computer if you have attached it.
1. Open your Sansa mp3 player menu (with menu button next to volume control)
2. Choose settings
3. Choose USB
4. Change setting under USB from 'Auto Detect' to 'MSC'
5. Exit menu with menu button
Plug your Sansa into computer with USB cable. You can now see the mp3 player as external drive, and you can drag mp3 files into it. Put your files into Sansa's Audible folder.