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Cannot move files using the organizer

When i try to move files from one area on the player to the other using the organizer nothing happens, but it does allow me to move them to and from my pc.

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Re: cannot move files using the organizer

You can't move the files once you put them on the player. The media explorer part of the software does not allow for moving files. The only way to move them it to delete them and put them back in the new location on the player. The creative software does not work like windows explorer.

Posted on Dec 20, 2007

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I did not have driver to install without it

You should have PC with windows XP and windows media player 9 or later.
In this case you don't need any driver.
1. Use the USB connector cable provided with your player to connect the USB port on your player to an open USB port on your computer. The player will appear as a removable drive in Windows File Explorer.
2. Drag and drop music files to the player from any location on your hard-drive or use a variety of music software to move music to your Sansa. For more information on how to use specific software, please refer to the help files provided with each program.

NOTE: Because your Sansa Player automatically organizes your music by artist, album, song title, genre, and year, you only need to copy your music to the player. Your Sansa will automatically create a music library which you can later sort with easy-to-use menus.

Good luck!

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My ipod won't organize the music, I've tried putting it in different folders. No matter where I put them, they all go to the same file on the ipod which is all music. When I look into the artist, there's...

Your MP3 player (which is not an iPod, by the way) probably displays the "tags" in your music files. These are the artist, album and song titles that are embedded in the music files themselves, and not related to the folders in which you store them, or the file names.

You will need to use a music manager to look at these tags, and set them appropriately. Music managers include Windows Media Player, MediaMonkey, Winamp and others.

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Song tracks are mixed up on My Sansa Fuse.

What you should do is open the music in windows media player and check the tags and make sure that are all the same. Because SanDisk Organizes by those tags (ie: Artist, album)

Sep 30, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player

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Burning music on new mp3 player

connect the mp3 player to the usb plug in your pc
once you see the mp3 player drive move the files into the music folder .
that should be all .

Jul 17, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa m230 MP3 Player

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Where are my songs going?

Please don't throw it out the window! :O Usually, it will seperate them into seperate files to keep it organized by artist or album, so you don't have to go searching through one folder filled with all your music for one specific song.

When only half of your sub files show, that sometimes mean either the song can't fit, or something is just wrong with the song. That happens usuakky with songs from Limewire or Napster. There is nothing wrong with the computer; it's doing what it is build up to do.

Feb 10, 2009 | Creative Labs ZEN V Plus MP3 Player

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Samsung YP-K3j songs completly out of order!! Please help! Frustrated!!

Not Sure!! BUT!.... when certain songs are downloaded...looking at the details for the song in you folders list.....under the tabs Album Artist etc names might be spelled slightly different....the MP3 player pics that up and makes random folders and cant organize them...even if you change the files name......check it'll see what I mean....hope this helps...........FYI...pirated material...will usually do these random changes to the file names etc.....DONT PIRATE!!! =) hope I made sense and this helps

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How can i put songs in files

Organize them within Windows Media Player first by editing the id3 tags - it takes a long time, and THEN transfer them to the GoGear - you cannot organize them once they have been transferred.

Apr 29, 2008 | Philips GoGear Flash MP3 Player

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You have to copy files to "my albums" area. You can choose among default albums or you can make your own. After that just copy those albums to your player area ( you can choose not to overwrite files but in that case you will have duplicate songs in your player i.e. you will lose your memory for nothing). There is one bad thing about those playlists - when you copy them to player, you actually move them - they will be no longer present in samsung media studio. Maybe it's because of that "overwriting" thing, i don't know...Hope this can help, it worked for me.

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Mixes up my songs

rename the files with numbers at the beginning, like 001, 002, etc - time-consuming, but effective

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Will not turn on

"If your Zen V is dead, wont respond to anything, try this, plug it in to the computer, hold the power switch in the on position, THEN trigger the reset button, worked like a charm for mine, I had thought it a lost cause."

Q. How to reset Zen v +

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