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My sansa e250r appears like empty

My sansa is of 2GB but when i connect it to my computer it says it has only about 800MB free and when i disconnect the device i find a lot of songs thati want to erase but i can't because i can't find them when i connect it to the computer.

Please help me.

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Go into the setting of ur mp3. there is about 1.2 gigs of music things that u dont need. Just earase it and u will be fine

Posted on Mar 01, 2008

You could try an outright format, but that will erase all the songs on the player. You might also want to switch between both USB modes in the Settings of your player and see if you can find the songs when you connect, making sure you un-hide all folders.

Posted on Feb 12, 2008

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