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It doesn´t recognized the music files

On the beginning it was hard to get my computer to recognized my e250 Sansa. Once I got the files on it and unplug it. Turn it on to the music mode. Suddents pops up a note "No music files".

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On the beginning it was hard to get my computer to recognized my e250 Sansa. Once I got the files on it and unplug it. Turn it on to the music mode. Suddents pops up a note "No music files".

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Is the music files in the music folder? (its a hidden folder stupidly enough so is hidden files turned on in your operating system?)
are they mp3 or wav files? If the answers are no - now you know why.

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1. Plug the sansa into your PC. If Windows does not recognize the clip, unplug it, turn it off, and then put the clip in "hold" mode by placing the on/off switch into the hold position. Hold down the middle button on the Clip while you plug the clip back into your PC. It should recognize it.

2. From "My Computer", find the sansa icon and choose format. Note: this will delete all your music files on the device...

3. Download the firmware updater for the sansa
http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376

4. Follow the instructions to update your firmware.

5. If you need additional assistance try calling Sandisk's tech support:
1-866-SANDISK (726-3475)
7 days a week:
4am. - 10pm. Pacific Standard Time
7am - 1am Eastern Standard Time

I hope that helps
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well, try with another cable it can be that but im not so sure ....
if that dont works i guess you can go back to the store with it

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