I just got it as a gift and it didnt come with a disk or anythin and then i plugged it in with the usb cord and it a little window popped up when i plugged it in and it made a noise so i tryed to install it then it said error i recommend dont installing it so i didnt. then everytime i plug it in all i hear is noise and on the mp3 it says connect. but when i go to windows media player 10 to sync songs it says no device had been detected. what do i do? im confused....
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You are suppose you use the safely remove hardware option, you just don't unplug a usb devise without telling windows to release it.
Remove the battery, then put it back in, restart windows and plug it in, wait till it see;s it, then in the bottom rt corner of windows in your taskbar is a little pic of a usb plug, mouse over it and click it, a window will pop up that say stop devise. Make sure you know what letter is listed under my computer for it, it might be E,or F.
If you have a Sansa Fuze you can play the song you want to delete and then click on the bottom of the disk and a menu will come up to delete songs If you have a 1 gig Sansa you must connect the player to the computer with an USB cable and the right click on the mouse when the Windows Media Player comes up. It will then show you everything on you MP3 player and you can delete the song on the menu on the computer screen
Follow these steps to drag-and-drop music files to your Sansa player:
1. Connect your Sansa player to your computer.
2. Open Windows Explorer.
3. Double-click on your Sansa player.
4. Double-click Internal Memory if you are using WMP 11 or double-click
Media if you are using WMP 10.
5. Drag and drop music files from your computer to the Sansa player’s MUSIC
when you plug it to usb cord and the computer then you can "reformat" that is the only way to remove music...you need a computer, don't use Vista it is not compatible with anything yet... use windows xp and when you plug in your mp3 player m250 it will ask you which program to choose from to open your files on the mp3 disk...its easy...
This is the method that will force Windows to recognize the Sansa:
Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off,hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard.
the e280 8gig it doesn't come with a cd instalation, it only works for transfer music in media plalyer 10 or 11 sync. another way to tranfer his drop and drag to do this open my computer then open the device u will see file just as music,photo, videos drag and drop the musica files into the file. if poppoed up apear it happen to me too the only thing i did was switching usb ports to a diffrent port. www.scandisk.com for and updates select downloads. it will said drivers downloads select sansa firmware updates but before it has to be unplug. when download finish u need to restart then plug e280 open sansa update in desktop it will show u e280 if new updates are availble. also check the system requierments for compabilities. hope this help if not u can contact sansa coparation there listing in support. hope this help,