Mp3 is displaying error and when I plug back into USB device shows MTPMEDIA folder in media player. I keep deleting but it always comes back after I listen to 2 songs and get error message Please help me listen to my music. How do you reformat
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When you connect the MP3 player to yourcomputer with the supplied USB cable then computer detects the player as anexternal storage device or a Removable disk, you can then view the folder onyour MP3 player. Open the music folder and create a new folder on the playerexactly the same way you create a folder on your computer's hard drive. Toorganise your music, make a folder name with the name of the music album andplace the album's MP3 files in this folder, then copy the mp3 files from thecomputer into this folder. You will then be able to select the music you want to play by the music albumfolder.To delete a filefrom your MP3 player, connect the supplied USB cable to your player and thenplug it into the USB port of your computer. The computer will detect your player then click on this device to view thefiles, you can then click on the music file to highlight the file and thenpress the Del key to delete the file off your MP3 player.
This sounds like you've got one of three things happening:
1 - Your USB cable is dying slowly. Over time connections become seperated within the cable. This causes data loss and all sorts of funny errors. Try a different cable and see if that helps.
2 - Your USB plug is malfunctioning or underpowered. If you are attempting to use a USB 2.0 device on a 1.1 connection, errors may prevent you from doing what you want to do. Try a different USB port, see if that helps.
3 - Your MP3 player has a setting somewhere locking files to the device itself. If windows tries to delete a locked file, you will receive an error. Browse through the manual of your device or the settings on the device itself and see if there's a lock or protection or USB mode somewhere.
Because you're getting the "cannot read from source or disk" error, I am strongly geared towards #1. Get yourself a new cable and see if that doesn't solve the problem.
change the usb modes also....MSC will allow you to see the expansion
card ( 2Gig E200 series 4gig Fuze) mtp won't.....MTP shows you your
music folder in the media folder thats where you put your music plus
expansion..... Delete songs and Format (Helps with trying to delete BAD TRACKS and folders that will not delete full memory(Some ripped CD folders).. Go to my computer scroll to sansa or your MP3 player and open the music folder and open each sub folder and delete Songs manually then delete the folders themselves then format a couple of times hope this works
Well, when i first got mine, I plugged it into my computer and opened Windows Media Player, and all my music sync'd with it. When I went to delete and organize my music none of it showed up... A quick way to fix this is to plug it in and have it in USB mode, then go to "MY Computer" and right click the MP4 player or "Removable Hardware" or whatever your computer calls it and click on "Format" and format it, it will take everything off, but then you can drag and drop your files into it and you can access them when you plug it back in... Hope this helps...
windows media dont surrport mp3 u cant play mp3s but thats it. when u plug in the usb from ur mp3 player it should pop up new hardware found in the right bottom corner if not try double click on that it should open up the mp3 folder after tat just click and drag the music u want in to that folder and ur on your way. please rank
You have to first change the USB mode on the player to MTP (as opposed to MSC). Forget using the Windows Media Player (yeah, I know). Go to Explorer, go to drive E or whatever your Sansa is listed as....open it and it will show different types of folders. Go to MUSIC folder. The songs are listed and you can delete, e.g. delete mp3 and keep WMA of the same song, or whatever else you want to delete.
hmmm i'm not familiar with the problem but try this.
First open your mp3 player and go to settings. Under the USB menu
change it to MSC. Then plug in the mp3 player to the computer. Open
the My Computer on your desktop, right click on the Sansa mp3 player
and click Format. Make sure Fat32 is checked and Quick format is
UNchecked. Then format the mp3 player. After that it should be clean
and work just like a USB drive.