Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Shows no files

When i disconnect my mp3 player from the computer, it says there are no files, but when connected it shows many on the computer.  i had accidentally deleted a program on it, but dragged it back from the trashcan.  what can i do now?

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  • naas Nov 05, 2007

    i have a sansa m240 player. when i swithed on i will get (not enough space for music db please free 8mb )message

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Posted on Oct 19, 2007

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Put player in MSC mode in settings menu by going to USB MODE
Plug in and format with My Computer
Quick format will restore menu but erase music files, but you will have all your menu items.

Posted on Oct 18, 2007

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Thomson 6677


Hello Ace,

Is it possible that you are looking in the wrong folder in the MP3 player when it's disconnected?

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File system error can appear due to unplugging the MP3 player without disconnecting it. It may have happened due to formatting it with a different file format or due to memory issue with the player. Please reformat your MP3/MP4 player. Connect it to the computer, go to My computer-> right click on the mp3/mp4 player after it is displayed-> select format-> Format it as FAT32 File system. Formatting the MP3/MP4 player will delete all the songs/data from the player. So, backup all data before formatting it. Hope this helps...


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You don't need Windows Media Player to put music on your device. I created a tutorial that should help you. Please post a comment if you need further assistance.

How to load an MP3 player without using Windows Media Player. First, allow me to clarify a few things so that there is less confusion: When you connect an mp3 player to a computer, you will not be able to use it until it's disconnected. In other words, the only thing you should do while the player is plugged into the computer is adding or deleting files. You can't use the buttons on the player while it's communicating with the computer, and as long as it's connected to the USB port, it's communicating. Ok, let's get started! Step 1 Connect the player to your USB port using the cable that came with it. (NOTE): If the player has a male USB connector already on it, connect the player directly into the computer without using the cable. In other words, only use a cable if you have to. Step 2 Click the "Start" button or press the key on the keyboard that has the Windows logo, and go to My Computer (Windows XP) or Computer (Vista). Step 3 Locate your MP3 player on this screen. (NOTE): It should show up under Devices with Removable Storage OR as a device under "Other." Most importantly, it should show up on this screen as something! When the player is connected, you should have something on this screen (usually an icon of some sort) that represents the player. This lets you know that the unit is ready to receive files because it's being recognized by your computer. Do not close this window before going to the next step. If you want it out of the way, just minimize it. Step 4 Locate and open the folder that contains your music files. Step 5 Using the mouse, copy one or more files. (Right mouse click on file, then left mouse click on copy) Step 6 Go back to the "My Computer" or "Computer" screen, right mouse click on the icon representing the player, then, left mouse click on paste. You should see a small status bar appear showing the file(s) being copied from your music folder to the player. Step 7 Click on the Safe to Remove icon found in your system tray and disconnect the player. And that's it! If you need additional assistance, I will help in any way that I can.

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I bought an digital element mp3 player for my grandson he lost the paperwork I have the disc but I don't know how to put music on it for him


How to load an MP3 player without using Windows Media Player.

First, allow me to clarify a few things so that there is less confusion:

When you connect an mp3 player to a computer, you will not be able to use it until it's disconnected. In other words, the only thing you should do while the player is plugged into the computer is adding or deleting files. You can't use the buttons on the player while it's communicating with the computer, and as long as it's connected to the USB port, it's communicating.

Step 1

Connect the player to your USB port using the cable that came with it.

(NOTE): If the player has a male USB connector already on it, connect the player directly into the computer without using the cable. In other words, only use a cable if you have to.

Step 2

Click the "Start" button or press the key on the keyboard that has the Windows logo, and go to My Computer (Windows XP) or Computer (Vista).

Step 3

Locate your MP3 player on this screen. Do not close this window; just minimize it.

(NOTE): It should show up under Devices with Removable Storage or as a device under "Other." Most importantly, it should show up on this screen as something! When the player is connected, you should have something on this screen (usually an icon of some sort) that represents the player. This lets you know that the unit is ready to receive files because it's being recognized by your computer.

Step 4
Locate and open the folder that contains your music files.

Step 5

Using the mouse, copy one or more files. (Right mouse click on file, then left mouse click on copy)

Step 6

Go back to the "My Computer" or "Computer" screen, right mouse click on the icon representing the player and left mouse click on paste. You should see a small status bar appear showing the file(s) being copied from your music folder to the player.

Step 7

Click on the Safe to Remove icon found in your system tray and disconnect the player.

And that's it! If you need additional assistance, I will help in any way that I can.

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There are two ways to format an Mp3 player - one on the computer itself, and one in Windows Media Player. Both methods will end up erasing all the songs on the player, but the player will be "good as new" after that. Sometimes reformatting in this manner will override the player's native formatting and cause problems - this can be reversed in most cases by updating the player's firmware. Firmware upgrades are available from most manufacturers' websites.

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Check if the file system is NTFS. If yes, format it to FAT or FAT32. - Connect player to computer, double-click my computer, right click on icon of mp3 player and select format. This only applies to Windows-based computers.
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