Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
Windows media player says they are in there, but when i unplug and open my music file, they wont show up
On your player, try going to Settings, USB Mode, and switch it to MSC if you didn't. Now plug your player in and go to "My computer", and open up your player. It is now used as a storage device, but you can still edit the music section (including the video section). Now try deleting all the music inside and create a new folder for your music. Now drag all your music files inside the folder you just made (this will not affect your album, genre, etc categories). After that, unplug your device and try the music files to see if they work. If they still don't work, I suggest you just format (reset) your player. To do that, simply plug your device on your computer. Then go to "My Computer" and when you see the device there, right click it and click on "Format...". Before that, if you don't want to loose any of your files (music, video, etc), I suggest you store them in your PC and put them back in your player after the reset.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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