Question about SanDisk Sansa m250 MP3 Player
On my player I have a bunch of songs that are protected WMA's; I also have MP3's of things I recorded off of vinyl. For some weird reason, the groups that I downloaded from MP3 appear on the player, and can be played; however they do not show up on the desktop, or under Media Player, or Rhapsody. To them it is like those songs don't exist. The problem is that now I cannot delete these songs. I cannot figure out how to get to them, short of reformatting the unit. Any ideas?
Change your settings in Windows Media Player to allow the display of those songs
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
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