I havnt had a problem with this until now. i had quite a few videos on my sansa and one day they just vanished. im not sure why but they were gone, so i opend up the sansa media convertor to put them back up, and there were no problems with the transfer it whent through just fine. it said it finished converting, so i took it off the charger and whent to go check if they were there, and they were still all gone. not to mention, i lost space on my sansa even though the videos arnt there. and every time i try to re-do it, it take up more space, yet the videos are still not there. Idk if anyone can help but id appricate it if u can =)
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my ipod is sansa e250. the problem is im not able to load videos in my ipod.i can see in through system the videos are present in ipod but when i plug out and see in ipod the videos are not there.please give me a exact solution
Im afraid it is, its bigger than most of us, this will be the psp itself, but dont worry, quite a few psp's have done the same, you need to find a repair shop that specializes in these circumstances or you could send it off for repairs and if you havnt had it that long you should be able to get a replacement from where you got it from
The Media Converter software will only recognize certain video types for conversion.
p.20 of manual:
Sansa Media Converter software lets you convert photos and videos as appropriate,
and then transfer them to your Sansa player. Sansa Media Converter offers
features such as cropping, rotating, and resizing before transferring them to your
player as well as the ability to transfer photo and video files to your microSD card.
Refer to the Sansa Media Converter software for file formats supported.
To transfer photos and videos to your Sansa player, follow these steps:
1. Connect the Sansa player to your computer.
2. Select Converter using Sansa Media Converter on initial connection.
3. Click Add Media to select photo or video files to be converted.
4. The Sansa Media Converter will store all converted files in My Album. Click
the Album Name box and type in the name you want.
5. Click to start the conversion process. A status box will appear
showing which file(s) are being converted.
what you need to do is make sure that the file is correctly in the folder like drag the file from the media player and have the folder already open then drag the file to the folder that is already open and when you have it on your PC make sure you change the file to what ever type of PC or programming (like media player or real player etc.) then you should use .mp3,wma(if you have windows media player), or mpeg-4/mp4. this should work. if not then post a problem up again and i'll find an answer for you
You need to put the device into "recovery mode" before you run the tool.
- Turn the device off (hold power for 20 seconds) - Slide the hold switch into "hold" position. - Press and hold the "record" button while connecting it to your computer. Keep holding the "record" button until you see the "new hardware found" on your computer.
Then run the recovery tool. Select format when prompted.