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    the exact same problem except is happened to all of my songs and they were all off of rhopsody's free subscription

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You have to buy the song, or try to reload it onto the mp3 plsyer and WATCH UR Language Fukeerr

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The songs might have a virus in it or they might be corrupted. Reformfat the sandisk by going into MY COMPUTER and then finding the devices icon and right click on it and click on FORMAT.

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NOt playing songs says(synchronize to continue your music subscri


If you got your songs from a music service, especially Rhapsody, the songs have a fixed-term DRM license on them. After a certain period of time - sometimes as little as 3 days - you have to resynchronize the songs to the music service from where you got the songs. If you let your music service subscription lapse, then the songs will not be usable until you renew your subscription. This process of resynchronizing the songs to the music service does not always go smoothly. Sometimes synchronizing through Rhapsody or another service does not resolve your issue - in this case, you will have to go through the long, tedious process of deleting the affected songs off of your player and reloading them - either through the music service or through Windows Media Player.

If you never want to deal with this problem again, the solution is to only download songs that are in mp3 format. Mp3 files do not expire once your music service subscription has expired, and they do not give you strange messages to resynchronize the files.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Mar 03, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Synchronize to continue your music subscription


I ran into the same problem with my Sansa when listening to legally downloaded audio books from the local library. This is what I found:

  • " Are you sure the player is in MTP(plays for sure) mode when you transfer it? You can check by going to settings>usb mode on the player itself. I think it needs to be for you to use library files like that. " (This worked for me)
  • "are you copy and pasting the files? if so you will need to use WMP to sync the files. copy and paste might not be transferring the license." (didn't try this -- didn't need to)
Hope this helps.

Nov 26, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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E250 message "synchronize to continue your music subscription"


The songs that are giving you this message are in WMA - the music service that was used to download them either has an expired subscription, or you have to resynchronize that player to that music service (whether it was Rhapsody or not). Also, the songs that are giving you this message might have had fixed-term licenses, and now the licenses have expired. Here are your options:
1) Renew the music service subscription
2) If it is renewed, then resynchronize your player to that music service
3) Convert those songs to mp3 format (probably illegal)
4) Remove the DRM encryption from those songs (definitely illegal)

Those are your choices.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Jul 08, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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Synchronize to continue your music subscription


please use the windows media player 10, click on sync and put all the songs you want in the sync list then click on start sync and it should sync properly without any problems.

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Jun 13, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa c200 MP3 Player

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Sansa e250 help


is this in windows media player or just on the player?

Jun 04, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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Synchronize to continue your music subscription


get rid of win media 11 completly uninstall it go back to old nero or old windows media player or copy and paste songs straight to mp3 player on my computer drive letter output
any stolen music or music not haveing a tag to is getting sent up the road to gov.
most song are pay right now song these are subscritions
windows is helping in cracking down on music jackers

May 11, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player

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Synchronize to continue your music subscription


it's asking that you verify the DRM status (i.e., that you bought it and it resides on YOUR computer.) It cannot play the file until you synchronize it with windows media player. You can delete them off of the MP3 player just by noting which songs don't play and deleting them through windows explorer when the player is connected.

Mar 25, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa c250 (2 GB) MP3 Player...

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Synchronize to continue your music subscription


Maybe you should mention that if you format, it will delete all your songs?

Mar 18, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e200 MP3 Player

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Wants me to "syncronize to continue music subscription"


I have the same problem, I have tried updating the clock using rhapsody, it should work for 30 days before needing to sync. ANY IDEAS anybody. I have requested help from SANDISK.

Jan 11, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa m250 MP3 Player

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Can't play music


Hi there. "Syncronize to continue your music subscription" is normally an indicator of the following causes, depending on the source and type of the music that you have on your M240: (1) If your music files came from a subscription music service provider (Napster,Yahoo, Rhapsody for example): This would mean that the licenses for these subscription songs need to be updated. They must be updated at least once every 30 days. You must use your subscription music service's software to resync the songs (the process varies depending on the service). Also, you would get that "sync" notice if you've cancelled your subscription. (2) If your music files were ripped from an audio CD: The best solution would be to once again "Rip" these audio CD files using Windows Media Player, version 10 or 11. Before ripping, ensure that the "Copy Protect Music" option is unchecked by going to Windows Media Player's "Tools", then "Options", then selecting the "Rip Music" tab. If all else fails, the best "last resort" would be by setting the M240 to MSC mode and formatting it in Windows Explorer or "Disk Management" I hope this proves useful. I know it's quite a bummer when you have a whole bunch of songs just sitting in your player with a "Sync" error.

Apr 18, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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