Ok...my SandiskE260 is working...but recently I "formatted" my player and deleted the songs off.I loaded 20 songs on, but now I cant get any more songs on. My player is detected when I plug it in, windows media player (music player I use on my computer) gives me the options to sync songs on, but when I try to sync songs on Im getting an error.Why can't I load teh songz on teh player? =/
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From what I'm hearing you don't have a good driver. If you still have the disk use that. If not google it or something. I have a Sansa e260 as well so I would suggest loading the songs on in windows media player rather that windows explorer. If you open Media Player and then go to sync and it does not recognize your device, then you have a bad driver. If not, then start syncing your songs that way.
Go into Windows Media Player and click the arrow underneath the Rip Tab --> Go to Rip Options --> Format --> Mp3. Re-rop the CD's in mp3 format. Delete all songs that are currently on your mp3 player that aren't working right. Reload the newly-ripped mp3 files to your player. Good luck!
I had the same problem with my mp3, i fixed mine by. when you load your mp3 player onto your computer try creating a folder name it something like classic, pop, rock, favorites and then try loading your songs into the folder. I can't promise it will work but that works for most mp3s. hope everything works out! good luck, sam
You could use the Sync option on Windows Media Player 10 and try it like that, if that doesn't work try loading it directly into the MP3 by going to :computer, F:drive, music and then just add it there. or maybe the songs you are adding aren't MP3 or WMA format depending on what format the MP3 accepts.
so basically you are having problems transferring songs to your device? if thats the problem try to format your device using windows media player and then try transfer the songs again...what program are you using to transfer the songs to your device?
Remember when you format memory like a hard drive you erase everything. Move music to your internal mp3 memory and do a profile - folders should appear.
If you have flashed your player with the firmware update you can get 520 songs on the player for both internal and external combined but be warned that if you exceed this count your player will start to forget the earlier loaded songs - listed but not addressable (playable). The same is for the folder count eg. add album = artist + ablum title (min 2 folders). Plus always profile your songs after loading new music or deleting as this is an index build process to play song 152 = title x. This includes accidental radio recordings to MP3s.
RD2312 , RD2315, RD2317 Lyra™ mp3 flash player Firmware/Application Upgrade Version 3.11 fixes:
Supports a total of 520 songs, in up to 50 folders, with up to 8 levels of subfolders.
Format your player and re-transfer your songs. The best way to format the player is by changing the player to MSC, then connect it to your computer and open My Computer and right-click and format the player remove the quick format then click start. :D