Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I can't remove any music from my player. I've tried every media program I have, even sansa's and when I connect it says that I have 1.3 mb free but doesn't list any of the music that's on my player. I can't remove any music!
The best way to delete the music that is on the player is to individually play the song and then select the menu key on your player, adn scroll down to delete song. THis should delete the song. Also to delete all songs on your player, go to the extras menu, select settings, scroll down to system options, in this menu if you scroll down you will see the word format select this and it should format the whole player. THis will Delete everything. Unless of course sansa has a new glitch their not telling us about. ALso it is very helpful to anyone who has one of these to download the updater from sansa's website and update the firmware.
Posted on Mar 16, 2008
Here's what happened to my computer... (though yours may be a bit different o-o)
After I plugged it in, I went to My Computer, right click, Open as a portable media device. Then you can click on the file it shows and get into the music folder to add/delete.
For some stupid reason, it wouldn't show most of my files unless I went in that way o3o
Posted on Feb 06, 2008
Go to system settings and pick format that should delete everything on their.....!!!
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
Yeah, but how do you delete the default music samples that come with the player. THAT is what I'm looking to know.
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
Again, using msc mode, right click the drive and select format. That should get rid of everything on the drive, including the files causing your problem. Hopefully you have backups of the files, because with these devices, anything can and does happen to them. Then, start over transferring files to your mp3 player. Let me know if that clears things up!!!
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
Go into settings, select mode, then select msc. When in this mode you can look at the player's drive, by going into my computer, then selecting the player. In this mode you can transfer music back and forth from computer to player, in both directions. MTP mode is only used with Microsoft Media Player. If you stick with msc mode, and browsing the unit as a drive, you can't go wrong.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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What I would recommend you to do is to format the player and then upgrade the firmware...you need to format the player thru windows media player not MY COMPUTER... to format using the WMP go to the sync tab and your device should be listed there and right click on the device and hit format...Hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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