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No song error

I just deleted all the music, and when i resynced it, my vomputer says all the songs i put on it are there, but the mp3 player says its empty

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The songs are probably in the worng format or have expired licenses. If you only load files that are in mp3 format, you will never have this problem.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

  • Corey Knoettgen
    Corey Knoettgen Mar 31, 2009

    Ay yay yay! I must have misread the question. Your DB is corrupt. Format the player from inside the player itself. If this doesn't resolve it, I would use either the Sansa Recovery Tool or update the firmware (if it hasn't already been updated).



    The user manual that explains formatting is here:

    http://www.sandisk.com/assets/File/Downl...

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