Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The files are shown on the computer but can not read from the MP3 player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: mp3 player has no music
The player has a Recorder Mode and an MP3 mode. The player defaults to recorder mode for some reason, this is probably why you cannot see the songs. To switch to MP3 mode you have to hold down the MODE button for more than 2 seconds. Then you should be able to see the songs.
Posted on May 24, 2007
I have had this problem for some time now and finally got through to tech support for Sansa and now have the solution:Worked for both 230 and 240.
Take out the battery in the Sansa player; Put on lock on back side of Sansa player; Connect Sansa to the computer, Once computer recognizes device cancel out of that media program; Go to my computer on desk top; Right click on recognized Sansa device; Click format; Click ok to delete files.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
hey, the way to do it is to install that little cd that came with it and save them to your desktop…now when you see them appear open the AVI converter…this will bring up a screen that asks to add the videos you want to convert and also a destination…just browse that and find your video that you want to convert and then make the destination the mp3 player and click convert…and whallaa! it will be ready to look at in your mp3 player…takes some playing with, but you’ll get it…God bless! <><
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
download the disc that came with it no matter what windows/mac/lenux version you have.
drag it all out to your desktop.
look through the folders for a program with a rocket ship icon.
plug your mp3 player into the computer.
select "firmware upgrade" on the computer.
select the newest upgrade.
then click "upgrade firmware" and it'll be fixed for the system error, but you'll have to re-download the music.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
woo it happened to mee to! heres how to fixit!
1.go to the main menu
2.go into SETUP,
3. go down to SYS TOOLS, and go into it.
4. go to reset
5. confirm reset
6. it MAY delete all songs on your mp3, but you can easily get them back on, and WALLA itl work.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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