Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I have just purchased my e250 but i cant see my music folder
-Show hidden files and folders
Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I would just update the firmware and start over from scratch.
The "Plays for Sure" system only recognizes protected WMA's. The other mode will not allow you to play music period. I've never heard of anyone having that problem with that particular player, but if what you are saying is true, then you will be forced to use only protected WMA files - which means you can never let your Rhapsody or other music service subscription expire. And if there is ever a problem, you will have to delete all and reload.
As an experiemnt load at least one Mp3 format file into the player, and see if it plays fine. If yes, then only use Mp3 files from here on out. They are less problematic.
Posted on Sep 08, 2008
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when you enter the sansa folder, look at the adress bar at the top and at the end write music
like this : Computer\sansa\music the word sansa may vary
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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The reason you can't see it, is that, for some unknown reason, the music folder is hidden by default. When viewing the Sansa in Windows Explorer you need to enable "view all folders". Click on the TOOLS menu at the top of the window, then folder options, click on the VIEW tab, and choose "Show hidden files and folders". Click APPLY and OK to come out.
You should now see the music folder and be able to drag and drop files to it. Don't forget to go back into Folder Options and hide the hidden folders again when you're finished, as leaving it in this setting can leave critical system files exposed, that could be accidentally deleted.
All this was for Windows XP, but other versions are similar, it was on the VIEW menu in Win 98 if I remember correctly. Hope that helps.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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