From Stollydog - I had put in an SanDisk 8GB as I have heaps of CD's. I removed this and then went back to factory settings. I reloaded my music from the computer and now it thankfully has stopped refreshing and repeating songs. My partner has an identical SanDisk with an 8GB card extra in it but isn't causing this problem. Maybe this can help at least solve some of the problem though my 4GB is just about full now.
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Attach to a computer and copy the data from the player to a new file on the desktop (call it Eclipse). Then put a Memory card into a Memory Card device and transfer the data back to the Card. You may have a Memory card reader in your computer or get a USB Reader, they are a few dollars.
I cannot get my desktop to find a driver for the e260, but if you use the SD microdisk you can load stuff to the microdisk if you have a card reader. You need to buy the full size SD card with the micro SD attached. Then sync the stuff you want to load and when you boot up your player, it will refresh the data base and you can play the stuff on your card. Seems a shame to waste 4 gigs of hard drive on the player, but I do not know anyone who has found a driver for the e260 that works with XP service pack 2. If you do please send me an email me.