Question about SanDisk Sansa m250 MP3 Player
Hi. If that particular computer is unable to update the music information when you transfer it to the player (and it does when other computers are used), it is highly probable that your Windows Media needs to be updated. You could download Windows Media 10 or 11 from the Microsoft website since these updated versions contain the necessary MTP drivers that allow ID3 tag information to be synchronized to the M250 (and other Sansa players as well). Also, you could manually edit the ID3 tag of the songs by right-clicking a music file, selecting "Properties", then finding the "advanced" button to display the ID3 information of that music file. I hope this helps :)
Posted on Apr 24, 2007
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