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Importing Content to Zune Software Zune software provides several options to import content. By default, Zune software automatically imports content that is downloaded to the following folders:
Zune software monitors these folders for the current user as well as the folders designated for All Users. When content is downloaded to any of these folders, it is automatically imported to the Zune media library. Zune users can also add a new folder to the list of folders that Zune software monitors, or they can manually drag and drop content from any folder to the Zune media library.
Wipe the device. Update the firmware. Then re-add all your media (music) and try again.
If the problem persists you will need to contact Microsoft (Zune) about the problem because then you are dealing with a hardware issue and not a software issue. Hardware issues can only be fixed by professionals and support from Zune.
You will have to re-sync it. You cannot just upload the "image" of your old Zune. You will have to treat is as if you never had a Zune in the first place. You CAN transfer your Zune's name and tags, but you can't have it automatically upload all of the old songs onto it.
You need to use the Zune software. The Zune player does not recognize anything other than the Zune software. that is why when you connect it it will not show up as a connected device under Explorer. There is a way to hack the Zune but it requires some work and patience. Look up media monkey and read all about it.
Download whatever music video from Limewire, Napster, etc. Watch the entire video to make sure you are satisfied. Afterwards, go to the Sansa Media Converter and click "Add Music." Find the video (in whatever file you saved it under) the click convert. That should put it on there.