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Sandisk c140 - Not showing mp3 when connected to the USB

I used the software provided by Sandisk to upload and sync up songs...It was working fine..Later I lost the CD and I'm not able to see the mp3 when I connect it to my USB..I cannot delete them since they aren't visibile to the file system...

Maybe formatting can help but is there any way around to get those songs back to my PC...I don't want to format.

Help me in this.

Thanks

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  • bvisvana Dec 31, 2007

    I found a solution...set the mode to autodetect and plug the player...Vista has all the necessry device drivers and it showed me the files..

  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2008

    I'm having the same problem but I am running winXP. Any solutions?

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I you open up the files musi cor what ever you stoted your files to yo should be able just klik on the left buton on the mouse and hit send to .... and just pick the destination on your pc that you want it to go to.

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Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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