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Sansa error 0x80070052

When i try to download music to my player i get the above error number stating that the 'directory or file can not be created'. i tried buring the files to a cd and then coping them to the player, but got the same message. any thoughts??

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  • Anonymous Jun 04, 2008

    xsgg

  • Anonymous Jun 14, 2008

    when i try putting some music on my mp3 player

  • rwarnock Oct 19, 2008

    I have a series of MP3 birds calls. I note that a solution is to Format in FAT32. I do not know how to do this as I am a newbie.

  • Anonymous Dec 14, 2008

    ik heb het zelfde probleem hij doe het niet

  • Anonymous Jan 16, 2009

    I downloaded pictures from the net and free pc games, if i tried to send them to my flash disk, it gives me the Error of 0x80070052. I do not know what to do because i can not clean up anything on my flash drive now.!?!?

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0x80070052 error is fairly common with older Flash card/drives and MP3 player as they have been formatted using FAT/FAT16 which imposes a limit on the number of Files and Folders in the ROOT directory. The solution is to use Windows Explorer: 1) Copy ALL your existing Media Player Folders and Files to your PC in a new Backup folder 2) Re-FORMAT your MP3 drive using FAT32 (do not use the quick format option to ensure a clean format) 3) Copy content of PC Backup folder back to your Media Player: your problem should now be fixed and more folders and files can now be added!

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Code error x080070052 while sending document to flash usb

Posted on May 03, 2009

Format your player into FAT32

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

I get this and the only way to put the music on seems to be to create a new folder inside the mp3 player and put the music in there.. I'm not sure if you can play the music that's in the folder, though.

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

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