Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I loaded about 400 songs (most were from cds I ripped to MP3 format and some downloaded ones) and they played fine for awhile. Then one day, my mp3 player just stopped seeing them and now only shows that I have 79 files loaded, yet says I'm almost using up all my memory. I plugged the unit into my computer and browsed. Sure enough, the computer "Sees" all the files but they are "ghosted" (greyed) out but I can double click on them and play them on my computer. Any idea why my MP3 player won't see or play these files anymore?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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