Question about SanDisk MP3 & Digital Media Players
Just a suggestion, make sure all your mp3s have been decoded the same and using cbr is probably your best bet. Your mp3s have got to be perfectly coded when using this player.
Posted on Aug 26, 2007
Seems like a big problems you got there...
I reccomened re-formatting your drive to fat32 (for windows users) and giving it a second try.
I had the saem trouble a while back with my iPod Video 60gb and noticed that it was storing huge amounts of data that wasnt meant to be there. After the reformat it all worked again.
You also sure its not a full drive? because my Q-Be used to say "file error" on a full drive (vista bug)
---Give reformatting a go though.
Posted on Dec 11, 2007
Go to settings in the top right portion of the Zune software,
Click Device update, make sure it's up to date, then install games.
Darndest thing, but it worked for me. :)
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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