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Try loading itunes and when your ipod is connected check the box that says manually manage files and uncheck the box that says load itunes on connection. Close and disconnect, then reconnect and there should be a scandisk option to scan and fix errors on the ipod. You may actually have to scan and fix several times for it to run and sinc properly. We bought a nearly new one that was really screwy and had to be formatted and fixed about 5 times before we could make it sinc without errors.
go to settings then system then format it will ask if you want to format whole memory and you say yes and presto no more songs its kindof the same drift as if you were to format your computer to get rid of viruses and old files that are piling up and such. anywho hope this helps good luck
This will format your Sansa c200 player’s internal memory. (and erase all songs therein)
1) Select Settings from the Main Menu.
2) Select Format.
3) Select Yes to format the internal memory or No to cancel.
I bought scan disk mp3 but once i have connected it with my laptop to add new songs , i dont know what happen now it is blank all data is lost i can now only listen radio through it songs are not adding into it. as all dta is lost or formated.
i have the same problem but i believe it is because of one computer using Fat32 file system and another using NTFS the only way i can think to fix it with out reformating is to make a FAT32 File partition on your computer so windows can operate in that environment for example if you used windows 98 to put music on this thing and then try to view it with XP the file systems are different and cant be recognized. you can make a back up of the system files for it on the computer. Format the device and then when you save NTFS files to it your new computer will recognize it. Im just trying to make sure that if i format the drive i wont lose the operating system on he mp3 player
I also had the same problem last week where my Zen was stuck on one song. I tried resetting it umpteen times, but it always went back to that song. I connected to the computer and went under
the Creative Zen application and had to format my whole Zen. I lost everything I had, but it was unstuck and I just downloaded everything again except that song. No trouble since then. Hope this helps.