Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I would like to clear out all the music and start again.
Go to settings and scroll to the USB Mode option and change it to MSC Mode. This will then treat your Sansa as an external drive.
Open up Windows Explorer on My Computer. You should see the Sansa e250 as a drive. Right-click on it and from the menu, select Format. This will reformat the data area of the player so that you can start again.
I had to perform this when a music file became corrupted and I couldn't start the player. Also, with the player in MSC mode you can just drag and drop files from your computer rather than using media Player. If you prefer the latter, just switc the USB Mode back to MTP when you are done.
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
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