My sansa froze and all of the songs tht are not free wont listT_T
I was on the bus and all of a sudden it froze and all of the songs that are not free deleted themselves and now it is refusing to download more songs onto it, the computer recognizes the old songs but when i unplugged it they did not show what do i do? im so sad T_T
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This happens often with Sansa Media Players, your best bet is to delete all your songs off the device, then re-add them again. But this time have your device on hold, which is having the switch at the top of the device pushed to the right side. This will make sure nothing happens while the device is syncing.
If you downloaded the songs onto your player free from a mp3 website, there songs most likely were protected by a liscense which only allows you to listen to the for a certain of time (usually a month) as a trial so you will buy the songs to keep it as long as you like. If you do not wish to purchase the songs from that place you are getting them from, you can either go to another free website without a liscense on their songs and get them there or purchase them from another site you like.
thtts becaseu ur mobo wont support this it most likely has a higher front side bus thn ur mobo can support so gogle the cpu u bought and on any site it should tell u tht it supports something mhz front side bus after tht google ur mobo andcheck the front side bus for tht and if ur front sideof ur cpu is higher thtn the one of the mobo then it wont work or it ould be tht u hav a diferent socket i highly doubt this becaeu difernt sockets wont fit on to one another
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I had the same problem with mine freezing. It happened when I kept pressing the back track button (on left side) to go back to an earlier song. It then froze in the middle of a song, couldn't hear the song, the time of the song was frozen, etc., and the unit stayed lit, despite pressing all the buttons. I tried holding down power but nothing happened. I read another person's post that you need to hold it down 15-30 seconds. I did this and it worked, you just have to hold it down until it shuts down, which was about 15 seconds as suggested, could be longer for others.
For me, next time I wont keep clicking the tracks repeatedly, I'll simply go out of the song and back to the song I want through the menu.
Thank you for the good posts. Glad I didn't have to mess with the battery like others....
Maybe try taking the battery out and putting it back in, because once my mp3 player froze and that worked. It froze when I was going through menus when the song was playing still and it was probably too much...