Question about SanDisk Sansa E280 MP3 Player
Player only holds 1300 songs instead of 2000. It tells you that there are still 2gb left but will not take more songs.
I had a similar problem like this a while back and i did a bit of research into it and i found that using my mp3 player incorrectly can result in Memory loss same with all types of memory.
But one thing that come across strange about this is the amount it says you've lost is a lot.
The thing is this could be because the music type. if you use WMA's which are smaller then MP3's may result in your been able to store the actually amount it says you can store.
If you feel like trying that go a head here's a piece of software you can use to convert your music into all types, but i recommened converting them into WMA's and trying then.
It's only a trial version but it's worth a go.
Good luck. Hope my advice was helpful.
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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