Question about SanDisk Sansa e200 MP3 Player

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Can't delete songs from the e200

I will delete the songs from my e200 from my computer in MTP mode, but then they will still show up on my e200 but as bad tracks...how do i get rid of these, is there a way to reformat or restart the whole program so it's all clean?

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  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2007

    I've deleted all songs from my Sansa e200 and they still show up in the song list as bad tracks. Bad MP3 player. Cheaper is never better. Shame on SanDisk.

  • Toppie Nov 17, 2007

    The same thing happens to me. I deleted some songs that I wanted gone, and then they are still there when I unplug it from the computer. When I click on it, it says 'Bad Track' and skips to the next track that is good.

    When I first got this, it happened once before, but then a couple weeks later after I unplugged it, it said something about 'Configuring'. Anyway, after that, I turned it on and the bad songs were gone.

    But now it's happened to me again and I have about 20 'Bad' songs on my SanDisk. It won't account for the new songs I just spent all morning putting on either. :(

  • Anonymous Dec 03, 2007

    I have the same problem sync and remove from playlist then restart my sansa and whala they are still there. They are usually doubled up too.

  • tiyana1005 Jan 29, 2008

    i can't delete songs either from my sansa e200 beacause i sync them from windows media and then i went to the files where you look at all your songs and i didn't see them and those were the ones i wanted to delete. so i need to find another place to delete them at

  • chew69 Apr 28, 2008

    My OS is Vista....I have the e200 sansa...have ghost files (music) that are taking up 3.5GB of space on my player and I can't delete them. please help

  • Anonymous May 08, 2008

    how do u un frez this thing

  • mikesgirl Jun 16, 2008

    i have some songs i dont want on my sansa and i cant find a way to erase them from it.

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Hi,
I can't delete all the music off my sansa e200 (8gb) player. I want to put it back to original factory settings, but it won't let me, and Ive tried so many times. Any answers would help immensely, and also if they could be simplified as computers and technology are not my strength haha.

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Adding to what the "Best solution" said: There is something about the two folders that files are saved into. If you go to settings, then down to USB, there are the Auto Detect and MSC options. If you are having problems switch to the opposite one you are running, then reconnect with your cable to your computer. You will see odd, or incomplete files, that only come up in just the Auto Detect or MSC modes. You have to swith between the two to delete the hidden files.

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

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Try reformatting the unit it worked for me!

Posted on May 06, 2008

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Okay, I think i know whats wrong,
I put my setting from MSC to MTP and then i went to the song that was apparently a "bad track" and it worked but then when i went to the "shuffle" mode or to the "play all" mode and scrolled through all my songs to find the one that was a "bad track" that song would not work, so im like REALLY confused but i guess that kinda is a solution?

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

THANK YOU SO MUCH, i was this close to just shooting my sansa with a shotgun!

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Thanks a lot! That fix my problem!
I rate that a FixYa!

Posted on Feb 27, 2008

I had this same problem with my Sansa e280, I did some research and found that MTP mode is used when syncing with Windows Media Player.  So if you plugged in your player under MTP and simply tried to drag and drop using Windows Explorer the player won't recognize.  I have heard that you should be able to view them on the Sync tab in WMP but I personally have not tried.  

The way I got rid of the songs was by going into my Sansa Settings and changing the USB mode to MSC, opening the Player by going to My Computer, then (if using Windows XP) click on Tools > Folder Options.  Click on the View tab and Select "Show Hidden Files and Folders".  Click "OK" Then Right click on the MUSIC Folder and Select "Properties"  Uncheck "Read Only" and "Hidden".  Unplug your Player and it will restart.  Viola, no more ghosted songs.

Posted on Dec 20, 2007

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