Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player
The mp3 used to work just fine. Then, one day, I plugged it into the computer in order to erase what I had already listened to and download new stuff. Instead of showing what I had listened to as it used to, it showed me its own system files. More than a week has passed, the computer has been turned off and on 5 or 6 times, but that is still what happens. I didn't change the computer in any way. I borrowed a friend's mp3 and plugged it in, but the same thing happened. I got a computer technician to come in, but he couldn't solve the problem either.
Ayala Choma firstname.lastname@example.org
Try; plugging your mp3 player in, open My Computer, then open a folder named Sansam240 or something, go to the folder you want to edit eg.Music.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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