I've loaded about 60 CDs into the mp3 player, and started transferring individual songs into the Favorites menu one song at a time. That night, the entire Favorites menu was wiped clean. So, today, I started building the menu again, and again, it was wiped clean after an auto-shutoff happened. My original music is still there, just the Favorites menu is getting cleaned out. Any suggestions? Thanks.
I have this problem all the time. I stopped making a favorites list. My 8 gb RCA m4204 freezes every time during when I first turn it on and flip songs.... then I have to restart it and it's all wiped clean so no point. Dunno what to tell you. It sucks and I feel your pain. Weirdly enough I never had issues with my 4gb RCA freezing.... ever
Your prety much just fucked on that bro every time it doesnt shut down properly you get an error or the batery goes causeing it not to shut down properly it wippes all settings favorites equalzer shuffle mode everything just dont buy rcas they allso have a tendancy to crash permenetly the procesers burn out easely and have the worst tech support EVER
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MP3 players can only play music files in mp3 file format.
You need to convert your CDs to mp3 music files onto yourcomputer or download them from the Internet and then copy them to your MP3player. You can do this using Windows Media player and Rip the CDs - Media Player willcreate a MP3 music file for each music track. Click on this link for instruction on converting music files to mp3 file format:-
I am not familiar with this particular model, however most basic MP3 players have their own way of accessing files. It should be universal across most, if not all. If you transferred your music by dragging and dropping folders onto the player, you might try just dragging the individual files. If you have just dropped only the files (not in the folder format) and it is doing this, try reformatting the player with the provided software or in the internal menus. Then try reloading the music as I previously described, just the files only not in any folders or sub folders in Windows. I cannot stress enough the importance of making sure you have the music backed up on your computer or another hard drive completely separate from the MP3 player. If you format the player all the music and any files you have stored/saved on it will be wiped clean and you will lose that stuff forever if you have not backed it up. I hope this helps and is the right solution for your issue. Thanks and Cheers.
Go to start menu, my computer and leave that window open.
Then go to start menu, my music and leave that window open
Then you can drag songs from music straight to SD card.
Right click on your mp3 file, go to properties, Make sure read only is NOT checked. TIP: You can copy all files by clicking the first file, then hold the SHIFT key, and then lastly clicking the last file. Then all files will be highlighted.
If you're using Windows, then use Windows Media player to rip your music into WMA. If you don't want to do that, use CDdex to rip your music from CD to MP3. The problem probably lies in whatever program your using to rip your music. To your player. http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Windows XP SP1
Windows Media Player 10
Intel Pentium class PC or higher
USB 2.0 port required for hi-speed transfer
CONNECTING AND TRANSFERRING
Connect to your Computer
1. Connect the small USB Cable Connector to the USB port on your computer, and then plug the larger
Cable Dock Connector in to your Sansa c200 port.
2. Once connected to computer, it should be detected by the operating system automatically and is
shown as an additional drive called “Sansa c200”.
SANSA MEDIA CONVERTER
You will need to use Sansa Media Converter to transfer photos to your Sansa c200. Insert your SanDisk
CD and select Sansa Media Converter to install it to your PC. Then you can load your personal photos
onto your Sansa c200 by using Sansa Media Converter.
To transfer music to your Sansa c200:
1. Connect Sansa c200 to the computer.
2. Drag and drop files from your computer to Sansa c200 by using a variety of music software
programs to transfer/synchronize your files.
3. In MTP mode as long as the files are WMA or MP3, they can be dragged into the Media folder.
Otherwise, they can be dragged into the Data folder (these files will not appear on the player).
4. In MSC mode, files/folders can be dragged/copied to the device.