Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
Ive connect my sansa to my computer and dropped my music files through "my computer". but once i did that i disconnected my player and it reads jus fine but wen i connected it back in it does not say theyre there. NOT ONLY THAT i have two folders i cannot delete because of an error and one of the folders wen i access it, the folder keeps repeating
I just fixed exactly the same problem, it's a virus that corrupts and blanks songs at random. Do the following: -Back up any songs that AREN'T in the folder with the repeating one or any you cant delete, they likely will have corrupted -Set USB mode to MTP -Plug into computer -Right click on icon and select "format" At this point the screen will display 'writing' until you unplug it. If you dont have the firmware updater, download it! Tell it to update the firmware and it will set up the folder structures for you again. SCAN ANY SONGS YOU BACKED UP FOR VIRUSES!. Dump all your songs back on and you should be OK.
Posted on Feb 12, 2007
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