Question about Cell Phones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Bad Tracks
For the bad tracks go Under Settings, look for Mode or USB Mode. Put the unit in MSC (if that's available) or Rhapsody.
Connect it to the computer. See what driveletter it is :F: Sansa E280...G: Sansa E280... whatever it is.
Click Start/Run and type in chkdsk F:/f (or G: or whatever the letter is) . That will check and may fix the bad files.
I hope that helps
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Posted on Jun 18, 2008
1. go to the settings menu on your player
2. go to USB and change it to MTP
3. Plug it into your PC
4. Open My Computer and right click on your player
5. Click on format
6. open windows media player
7. click on library and start adding songs to your player
8. click on "sync" at the bottom of the playlist on the right
9. that should do it!
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
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