Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I get talking books from the library. If they are MP3 ready I have no probs with them syncing to the MP3 player. If they are just a pile of disks numbered one to 10 for example - I can download them all but they will not play in sequence no matter what I do and I suspect that is because I don't know what to do? Can you help solve the sync prob - how do I get them to play in the order I want them in?
Open Windows Media Player.
Find the audiobook files in the Library tab.
Right-click the files and select Advanced ID3 tag editor.
Insert track numbers.
Reload the songs onto your mp3 player after deleting the unedited ones from the player.
Check the user manual for your mp3 player to find out how to change the play sequence from Random to Sequential.
-Tha Mp3 doctor
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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