Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
When plugging the e250 into my computer, there are various junk folders in the G:/VIDEO directory. None of them have intelligible names or content, but any attempt to delete them results in an "unable to read source drive" error. There tends to be a new copy of one of them produced every couple of sessions. I fear they may be connected to some recent errors I've been getting when finalizing video conversions on both Sansa Media Converter and River Past Crazi Video for Sansa. Is there any way to destroy these empty files before they replicate to fill my player?
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