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I only have 32 MB on my SanDisk M240, but it says there's only 32 KB left. Every time I remove a song to make more room, it shows LESS space. What's going on? Am I not supposed to remove and ad songs manually, or is it the M240? - Ty

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  • gonzobookwor Oct 03, 2009

    I did that on the player itself, and it let me add songs. But now it says "No Files" when it's unplugged, and yet they're all there when I plug it into the computer.

    Should I try adding them all individually, or adding them to a specific folder, or what? I dropped the music in from one folder on my computer's desktop, is that perhaps the problem?

    -Ty

  • gonzobookwor Oct 03, 2009

    I did that on the player itself, and it let me add songs. But now it says "No Files" when it's unplugged, and yet they're all there when I plug it into the computer.

    Should I try adding them all individually, or adding them to a specific folder, or what? I dropped the music in from one folder on my computer's desktop, is that perhaps the problem?

    -Ty

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Try reflashing the firmware for your device you can find the latest firmware and flashing utilities from the SanDisk website(http://www.sandisk.com/). Make sure that you back your music up first because when you do this you are setting it back to factory settings.

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