Question about SanDisk Sansa m250 MP3 Player
Hi i have copied some songs into my mp3 .now when i am connecting to my computer through USB am not able to see songs in any of my folder but i can listen to songs when i switch on the mp3 and even the computer is recognising my mp3 but not my folder that contains songs. Now am not able to delete the existing songs from my mp3
Download a firmware upgrade from Sansa's homepage. It worked for me. Now I can see my files.
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
First, this may not be necessary but, go to the control panel, folder options, under the View tab make sure that it is set to show hidden files and folders.
If that didn't work (it probably didn't), try changing the USB setting on your mp3 player. You do this in the settings menu of your player and change whatever USB is set to to the other option. Then see if you can see your songs. That's all I can think of... hope it works.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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