Question about SanDisk Sansa c140 MP3 Player
I loaded a playlist, went to load another playlist and it said my player was full. Somehow my whole library was uploaded. So I deleted all "Songs" from the player. It still shows all the album titles in the "Album" folder after I've tried to delete them numerous times. I also tried to format it numerous times and "reset all settings". I've processes tried in both MTP and MSC settings. Nothing seems to work. It still says 0 bytes Free space, although you look on the player and it says no albums, no songs, no nothing loaded.
On the left hand side above the word create playlist, you'll see an eighth note next to the word music. click on the arrow next to the word music.click sansa c140 (if u have one) then click the arrow nest to sansa c140 and click on folder. then open it and you'll see a picture that looks like a stack of cds. click on it ONCE then press the delete key. it will delete allyour songs. then go back to the library and download back the songs you want.
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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