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SanDisk Sansa Clip 2GB* MP3 Player

My player has 130 songs on it and I wanted to transfer them to another player. I went to open it with Windows explorer and it showed an empty folder visibly. The folders properties showed the proper usage but the folder looked empty. When I added another song, it only showed that song. I only upload the song to the one music folder that was originally there. The player still plays all the songs but does not show the older ones.

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  • Bob Dec 16, 2008

    I do appreciate the response but!!!



    1. I do not know what auto or mtp mode are and how to change them

    2. I would gladly transfer all of them but when I open the folder using Windows explorer I see nothing but the one song I just added. The folder contains 130 and plays perfectly. I just can't see them to transfer them.







    "Switch the player from USB to either Auto or MTP mode. Or, you can transfer ALL songs in the manner you have just described. Either way."

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Switch the player from USB to either Auto or MTP mode. Or, you can transfer ALL songs in the manner you have just described. Either way.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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