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What???? you just told me to do some things. how do i do them? how do i backup my songs?

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The easiest way to back up your songs is to connect the mp3 player to the computer. Double-Click on "My Computer". Double-click on the GPX icon. Double click on the music folder. Then, right-click your desktop and select New --> Folder. Choose a name for your folder. Drag the songs from the Music folder to the new folder you have just created.

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My iPod is cycling through all songs...and not playing


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i thing there is a problem with the play-list.try to use the below itunes alternative software.see if the songs are not deleted .take a backup of you ipod using the software and then format you ipod and put new songs
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How backup iPod music to Mac


iPod is sensational and music lovers keep their iPod just like a very precious asset. It really takes a lot of time to go through your favorite music and transfer selected music to your iPod. It takes lots of time, money and knowledge to transfer songs to your iPod.
You love your music collection and you certainly don't want to lose it accidentally. There are many instances when you may end up erasing your content from iPod. Many of my friends ask me how they can recover songs from the iPod which they accidentally erased and I ask them If they have backup and the answer is no. So it is not possible to restore music to iPod without having a backup.
By using a software, you can backup your music, videos, photos and other stuff to your computer. You can create new play lists, edit existing play lists, delete songs, transfer new songs and do lots of other things. These software work with all the old and latest models of iPod, iPhone and makes transferring files easy.
Now you can backup your music on Mac easy following the below steps
Step 1: Download iPod to Mac on you Mac and run it .
At this time, sync you ipod with Mac.
Step 2: Export checked music to local
a) Open the ipod music you want to export and check the ipod music in the file list;
b) Click the "Export checked files to local" button to start exporting files:
Step 3: Select a local folder and click the "Save" button to transfer the music from iPod to Mac local folder:
If you fail to find the most appropriate output folder from the "Profile" list for your songs, you can customize a profile to put your songs.
OK , through by this easy steps you can find out your ipod music on Mac now! if you want to transfer your iphone music to computer you can use iphone to computer software to backup easy.

on Sep 20, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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My Sansa C250 has worked great for about two years, up until now. I have over two hundred songs on it, it's a two gig. The thing is, no computer will recognize the files on it. It will recognize voice...


Sandisk about this problem songs not being recognized on the computer but still on the player:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/447
Use this links as main help thread.

The standard connection type of C200 series is MTP = Media Transfer Protocol. In this mode you can see the connected device as a portable player.

Songs that are put on the player in UMS = Universal Mass Storage mode (also called MSC = Mass Storage Class), seeing the device as a removable disk can only be seen in the players' UMS mode and vice versa.

Check the setting of the USB mode on the display of the C250:

Main Menu
> Settings / USB / Autodetect or MSC mode

Autodetect = MTP mode: computer sees the player Sansa C250.
MSC mode: computer sees a removable disk.

Now 2 things could have happened:

1. Music is put on the player in MSC mode and now the player is
connected in MTP mode or vice versa.

2. There are bad sectors or corrupted files are transferred on the players' removable disk.
  • In case of bad sectors a recovery is possible: in MSC mode perform check disk as told in the link above.

  • In case of corrupted files a format of the device is needed. First a backup of all data has to be made. Next perform format. This can be done in 2 ways:
Using disk management:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/107
Using Windows Media Player:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/444

Option 2. having problems with the disk or data on the players' disk can also be solved by updating the firmware.
For firmware update see link:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/315
Remember: before updating backup the data from player to the computer.

When more help is needed just post a comment.

Sep 25, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa c250 (2 GB) MP3 Player...

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I have an ipod nano 8gb, i'm trying to put my songs i have already saved to my computer onto it, but can't seem to do it do you have any advice ? Thanks Oz


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This ipod manage software can transfer the files from ipod to computer,computer to ipod,ipod to iTunes,ipod to iTunes, and iPod to iPod:
please click here for more details.
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Sep 06, 2009 | Apple iPod nano

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Accidentally deleted 39 songs on mp3 player while adding new music. Went down from 218 songs - 179 songs


Hi, Well if you have deleted the songs you can not recover them in any way.What you can do is to upload new songs through your PC to your MP3 player.
Thanks! mannu_rakesh

Aug 17, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa E280 MP3 Player

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Transferring songs onto new CF card


You'll have to create backups of your songs and transfer those backups using USB to your PC. Then with the 8 GB card inserted you can reimport them to the Tascam (USB) and restore them to the current working song which will then get saved on your 8 GB card. Do this for each song and then you can discard (delete) those backed up song files while connected to the PC.

Hope this helps.

bd.

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I got the music downloaded.music was playing fine then songs started playing only for a few seconds.I can't find the menus or anything!!!!


I called tech support because my daughter's was doing the same thing. I was told to let the song start to play, press the M button during the song, choose 'Repeat' which will bring up a list of options and then choose 'Normal'. It worked.

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THE SONGS SAY UNKNOWN


Insignia mp3 players are a little buggy in that they occasionally get file system problems that cause strange things like this to happen. First backup your songs from the mp3 player, and select "erase internal memory". That actually reformats the memory. Then put your songs back on the mp3 player. If it still doesn't work, please advise.

Also slight change your mp3 files are not "tagged" by whatever cd ripper or encoder or place you bought or downloaded them from.

Jun 08, 2008 | Insignia Sport MP3 Player

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THE SONGS SAY UNKOWN


Insignia mp3 players are a little buggy in that they occasionally get file system problems that cause strange things like this to happen. First backup your songs from the mp3 player, and select "erase internal memory". That actually reformats the memory. Then put your songs back on the mp3 player. If it still doesn't work, please advise.

Jun 08, 2008 | Insignia Sport MP3 Player

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IPOD ? playlist backup


If your IPOD is set to automatic song transfer, and you created an ?on the go? playlist, the IPOD will automatically transfer all songs along with the playlist. I haven?t tried the following myself yet, but this is the only way that I can think of: Cancel the auto transfer option ? from the source list in itunes choose the iPod icon and press on the options button. Choose ?manually manage songs and playlists? If it doesn?t work then I guess its more of a one directional thing, that you get more options going from the PC to the iPod then the other way around.

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