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Reboot when i sync music it says there are no files and then i opn the foolder on the device and it freezes of some sort i was wondering if i could reboot it or something

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Scan It 4 Virus AND reFormat

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My Zen mp3 player wont work.


If you can try to open the files on your computer by search files option, then opne them and save the lot to a secured folder. Then completely format the device, erasing all the date stored. reset teh device once again and now put back antivirus scanned files back from your PC saved folder. Please check all the files for any error befroe you reload. I hope this will help you out. Good day

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Why did my Mp3 Player Add/Delete a File I Didn't Want? Manual vs. Automatic...


Why did my Mp3 Player Add/Delete a File I Didn't Want? Manual vs. Automatic Synchronization in Windows Media Player

by Tha Mp3 Doctor

The difference between manual and automatic synchronization is very important. If you’re ever wondering why you computer added files to your device when you didn’t want it to, or why it deleted files unexpectedly, then there is a good chance that you have automatic synchronization activated. Manual synchronization allows you to only add/delete only those files that you want to keep or discard.

To disable auto-sync in Windows Media Player 10:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/knowledgecenter/howto/sync_how_to.aspx

To disable auto-sync in Windows Media Player 11:

My Directions:

1. Connect your mp3 player to the computer

2. Open Windows Media Player

3. Run the mouse cursor over the Sync tab – a little black arrow should appear under the word “Sync”

4. Click on the little arrow and a drop-down menu should appear

5. Select “Set Up Sync” in the drop-down menu

6. Uncheck the box that says “Sync this device automatically”

Microsoft’s Directions:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/knowledgecenter/howto/mp11/sync.aspx

There are many good outside websites out there – many with videos on how to do everything we have described in these pages. Hopefully, this will give many of you a start into the wonderful world of music transfer through mp3 players and Windows Media Player.

on Jun 23, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa c240 MP3 Player

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Replaced hard-drive and lost library. Can I get


I have an iPod riping software that I'd been using for a while the URL for this website is http://ipodrip.com/ you should be able to rip all your music off your ipod and onto your computer the software is free then you can just place all you music off your computer and back into itunes if you want

Jul 27, 2009 | Apple Audio Players & Recorders

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Lost Itunes Music Files


if you you use realplayer you can import all the files off of it.
as far is i know this only works with music files not video or music that are non plus.
make sure that when you import the files that you are importing as mp3.

Mar 10, 2009 | Apple iTunes

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How do you create a playlist?


Solution 1 In the Sansa drive in Windows Explorer select the songs that you want in the playlist. Right click and create playlist. You can do minimal playlist editing through the playlist file properties. Drag files to the references tab to add files.
There is a free playlist creator which creates playlists for each folder on the sansa player with one click. it is written in .NET and does not alter the music files (http://www.infosys.tuwien.ac.at/staff/cp/playlist_creator.zip).
There is also one written in Python that should work on both linux and Windows (http://people.ifm.liu.se/yohell/make_playlists.py).

Solution 2 Try Musicmatch Jukebox or MediaMonkey. Both of those should be able to create a music library using only files from the device. Then sort them by artist and album, and delete them from the library, deleting the files as well. Transfer new files to the device as files (MSC USB mode on the player), not by syncing. You can create a new music library on the fly if you've made extensive changes. It doesn't take much time. Playlists should not contain drive letters or folder names, so edit them in Notepad, unless you have an app that makes them on the fly (suggestions?).
You can keep your main database in MediaMonkey, and open the Sansa device (see the plus and click on it). You'll be able to delete files from there. But if you double click on a song on the Sansa device, the wrong song will play. Dunno why, but that's what happens on my computer. But deleting files works.

Solution 3 Rename all your tracks so artist (look for batch renaming feature in your software. Add example of freeware editor?), album and song name is in the file name. That won't be visible in the player, but can aid administration if you use the player in MSC mode.

Solution 4 A how-to for using Windows Media Player and syncing to make playlists can be found here.
added by thatsRich 04-08-06 - I was having trouble sorting on my Sansa m250 using drag and drop with basic file management for mp3s. After seeing this article, I tried Windows Media Player (version 10) and found that perfect for the job. Since you can drag mis-sorted files in the left pane, they "sync" in proper order.

Jan 20, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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Handheld mc7090. trying to get into network settings but application keeps popping up and won't allow access to config


Connect device to pc using active sync and check application>startup and windows>startup for a lnk file that runs your application. copy this file to your desktop and delete it from the device. reboot the device and the issue should be now sorted. afterwards, place back the file on the folder where you have found it so the device will go back to starting the app automatically.

Jan 14, 2009 | Symbol MC70 Portable Terminal

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Music stops and zune freezes up


uhm i think i may have found your solution, that is if your using limewire or some client of the sort, i synced my zune while the program (limewire) was on and downloading music and i had the same problelm you did so i simply deleted all my music and put it back on the zune while limewire was off and now it works fine, i have an 80 gig btw if that matters

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I cant download music


Music Service or from CD

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IPod backup


there are lots of different programs that do just that, the trick is to find one that works well and is free. best bet is to just google music from ipod and see what you can get.

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