Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
Every time I change or move a file within the device using windows explorer, it says "writing" but when I unhook it, the changes aren't there. How can I fix this problem, or go around it to change my files around?
The problem with using Windows Explorer with this model is that it won't save your changes, because, when you try to make the changes, it reads the music file as "Already on the player" - and it automatically chooses to keep the existing file instead of overwriting it. To make the desired changes, you will actually have to delete the affected song off the player first. Then make your changes, and THEN reload the song onto the player (preferrably using Windows Media Player). Very time-consuming, but the only way.
-Tha Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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