Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I was recording something once and I guess I recorded too much and it froze when I went to save it. Then when I'd restarted it, all my voice recordings are gone. I can still press record and it'll work fine but it just won't save them when it says it does. Then a little while later, I put several videos on my it. I unplugged it from the computer, and was able to watch them fine, then I turned it off for an hour or so to eat and when I turned it back on all the videos were gone. I tried reloading one or two videos and unplugged it from the computer and it still said there were no videos on the player. What can I do to fix this? Some people said to reformat it but I'm not sure how or if that's what I should do.
You should not reformat the player unless you want to clear the mp3 player completely - erasing all music, recording, and other files completely.
Once you are done recording, the Sansa takes time trying to save the recorded files - it appears that it is freezing, but give it some time - it is just "thinking."
If the recorded files suddenly disappear, it is because the Sansa player has two modes - MSC mode and MTP mode. Files that appear in MTP mode will not appear in MSC mode and vice versa. If the recordings do not show up, go into your settings menu and switch the USB Mode.
-THa Mp3 Doctor
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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