I hooked ut up with usb. I set the phone to mass storage. I format the memory card. but for some resond my vista opperateing system dose not read it. I tried sync with media player media player dose not see it either. I'm tring to use the mp3 payer but all I can do is charge it
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One way to delete songs (and maybe books) easily is to it through your computer, while the Sansa is tethered;
1) Download the Sansa Clip manual. Here's a link; http://www.sandisk.com/media/327475/CLIP+_UM_0809_ENG+090309.pdf
2) Put your Sansa in MSC (Mass Storage Class) mode. Go to Settings, then USB Mode. Select MSC mode.
3) Tether the Sansa to your computer. It will look like a USB flash drive.
4) Delete or add Music, or Books. You can use Windows Explorer to look through the directories on the Sansa, and delete files directly, as you would on a USB Flash drive.
Special Note on Audio Books-- Get an extra memory card, 4 to 8 Gb should do, and use this as your destination for audio books. If you have a book that will not delete, you can pull the card and re-format it, while leaving your songs intact on the main memory.
If you cannot delete the book through the computer or by menus on the Sansa, you may have to re-format your main memory. Hope that helps!
The instructions which came with my phone state that the card must be formatted using the phone... done under Tools > Mass Storage. My instructions also state that music transfer is only possible using bluetooth or the USB cable. However, I found this to be untrue. After formatting the card using the phone, I placed the card in my computer and created a folder on the card called my_music. Placing mp3s in this folder seems to add them to my phone's playlist.
Connect the small end of the USB cable to the USB port on the side panel of the Digital Photo Frame.
Connect the larger end of the USB cable to the USB port on your computer.
You will see some extra "Removable Disc" drives in "My Computer" -- One for each of the memory card slots on the Digital Photo Frame.
And the last one is for the Internal Memory of the frame. Double-click on the last "Removable Disc" icon to access the internal memory of the frame.
From here you can copy images and music files to the frame. You need to transfer the images or music files into this folder (which is the internal memory of the frame).
Copy the files from your computer and paste them in this folder.
The picture files should be in the "standard JPEG" format and the music files should be in the "mp3" format.
To disconnect the Digital Photo Frame from your computer: In Windows, on the bottom taskbar, right click the icon which appears in a green color, (this icon has an arrow pointing towards the left) and select "Safely Remove Hardware".
The Safely Remove Hardware" dialog box will appear.
Select "USB Mass Storage Device" and click "STOP" On the next dialog box, click "OK" to remove the storage device.
On the next dialog box, select "CLOSE" and disconnect the USB cable from your computer.
Now you should be able to see the pictures on the digital photo frame.
Dbl click on "my computer" desktop icon and see what you have listed before you hook it up then dbl click again after you hook it up,,,see if there is anything new listed there,,,if so then that should be the MP3 even though it may not say MP3.Mine says Mass Storage.If its there then just double click that drive and you should be able to drag and drop.
Anything over 4GB is a Micro SDHC card, not a Micro SD card. It is a completely different type of card format on the inside, and despite the compatible size and shape, it will not work on devices labeled only as Micro SD card compatible. The Sansa e200 and up (e250, e260, ect.) are NOT COMPATIBLE WITH MICRO SDHC CARDS (Micro SD cards that exceed 2GB in capacity).
player has problems with windows media player 11. works with wmp 10. player also has problems with vista. firmware was designed for xp. no firmware updates available. you can try dragging and dropping through windows explorer, treating it as a usb mass storage device. it will play folders and songs this way. to get vista to recognize it, format the player through the player's menu ( set-system-format ) not through the computer. take out the battery for 15 minutes. reboot your computer. put battery back in. plug into usb port. hopefully vista recognizes it as usb device