Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I got a Docking Station for my Sansa e250 and ever since I've tried to use it my player is not working correctly. Now some of my tracks won't play but instead show a message, Bad Track. The other problem is when I plug my player into computer and then go to Windows Media Player to view the files so that I can try and delete some of them, it shows that 65% of my space is used however it also says there are no files on this device. Could you please advise as to what I can do to rectify these two issues? Thanks.
Yeah, I have that "Bad Track" problem for some my tracks or even for entire albums. The only thing I can think of that would cause that is if you skip over the track consistantly. Anyway, the best solution I've found for that is to go to Windows Media Player, delete the track, and then put it back on if you have it backed up on your computer. P.S.: MAKE SURE YOU HAVE THE SONG BACKED UP ON YOUR COMPUTER BEFORE YOU ATTEMPT THIS. If that doesn't work, you should find another way to get the song. Unfortunately, I can't help you with the "No Files" problem since I haven't experienced that.
Posted on Nov 01, 2007
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