Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Wheres the music?

When i turn on my m240 it has 56 songs but i want to delete them. When i get on the comp and try to delete it it shows no music files. i accessed AUDIBLE and when i get in it has no music files. Then when i turn on my sansa m240 it still has the songs in there. How do i delete music files i cant see?

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  • Kritika Dec 20, 2007

    I too hav d same problem...............

    wht should i do.........

  • JAYBODY Dec 25, 2007

    82 SONGS WERE DOWNLOADED........ONLY 36 SHOW UP

  • inarow Jan 09, 2008

    SAME PROBLEM (in addition to others). Most of the time, the PC won't
    recognize the MP3 player at all. On the rare occasion that it
    recognizes the player, I can't access the files through my computer.
    When I go to Windows Media Player, Yahoo Jukebox, etc., it acts as if
    the player is empty... but the player has 960mb of music on it. I've
    tried everything that should work, but nothing does. Has anyone had the
    same problems and been able to fix it?

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SAME PROBLEM (in addition to others). Most of the time, the PC won't recognize the MP3 player at all. On the rare occasion that it recognizes the player, I can't access the files through my computer. When I go to Windows Media Player, Yahoo Jukebox, etc., it acts as if the player is empty... but the player has 960mb of music on it. I've tried everything that should work, but nothing does. Has anyone had the same problems and been able to fix it?

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This didn't work for me. i did everything it said but i still didnt see any music folder. :\

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Put the player in MSC mode
Plug in
go to My Comp
go to tools
go to folder options
choose view tab, then choose SHOW HIDDEN FILES and hit apply
once you choose OK you should see the folder Music,
open and delete at will like you would any file: highlight, rightclick, delete.
You can also format in MSC mode by rightclicking on player in My Comp and choosing Format

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