Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player
I had downloaded songs from Rhapsody and finally removed them because I no longer subscribed - I ripped a bunch of cds in to my windows media player and deleted the songs I didn't want and then trie d to sync to my player. Now my player only has 179 songs and memory says full when it should hold over 1000. Windows media player won't download all my tunes because memory showing full. How do I restore the memory? I have Vista.
You will most likely need to format the player from the player's menu, not the computer because if you do it from the computer,it will only sync with your computer. This will delete all of the music off of the player, so copy and save any wanted tracks. But it will refresh your player so that it should work like normal. There should be a option in the player's menu that should say format and select that. After it is done formatting, then connect to the computer and make sure it works.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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