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My sansa clip won't hold playlists

My sansa clip won't hold playlist - everytime I put a playlist on the other one is deleted or they are just deleted when I sync. Pls help!

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If you instal rapsody you can create playlists through their software.

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2) Double click on the 'Playlist' folder
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For transfers to Sansa Clip see page 11 of the pdf manual [page 9]:
http://mp3support.sandisk.com/sansa/UserManual/CLIP/CLIP_UM_English.pdf

When using the drag and drop method in Windows
music has to be dropped in the Music folder of the player.

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In Sync mode and the player having connection:
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And the best place to get these things is on Woot.com. I paid $10 for my 1 GIG clip! Yee - Haww!

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