I deleted all of the files on my mp3 player to make room for a whole new set of tunes, which I have not yet downloaded. However, now I can't even pick up any radio stations. It worked fine before I deleted the additional tunes I had on there. Did I delete too much? Please help!
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THere is a software called free undelete that can help you recover deleted files from literally everything. Since mp3 players show up as drives when connected to a PC you should be able to scan it with free undelete and recover all the files to their original location. You can get it from http://www.officerecovery.com/download/freeundelete.exe Usage is simple. Connect your player to PC. When it shows up as a drvie launch free undelete and scan you player(removable disk). When it finishes scanning, select all files, then right click on one of the files and click recover. Hopefully your player will be back to normal.
I think you may have some how deleted you itunes library file. It's default location is: C:\Documents and Settings\<user>\My Documents\My Music\iTunes\iTunes Library.itl the file is called "iTunes Library.itl" You can delete the whole itunes file but all of you music may be deleted. Good luck and i hope this somehow helps. Jaxon
The Insignia NS-DA2G needs to be placed in File & Folder mode, and you'll need to have your mac show you all files on the device. Macs will create a smaller file that starts with "._" that contain very little information, but can cause problems with Windows based or Windows preferred devices. These files are not ignored by the PC or certain Windows optomized devices. You should erase these files for the unit to perform normally.
If you are unable to delete these files, you can re-format the device to FAT-32 and that will erase all information on the device. You shouls also hit the reset button (located next to the "HOLD" switch) for about 5-10 seconds to clear the internal settings.
When you delete something from any disk it's not fully deleted until the sectors of the disk are overwritten with new data or formatted. If you haven't added any new data to your Sansa I suggest running a file recovery program such as File Scavenger.
This is a link to demo and but it will scan you Sansa and see if the file is still recoverable. You can either purchase File Scavenger or use a free file recovery utility. I haven't tried any of the free file recovery programs on Download.com because I purchased File Scavenger but good luck.