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You are supposed to transfer songs usin itunes....simple drag and drop doesnt work....
You can download itunes from www.apple.com\itunes
If you are already using itunes,perform a restore on the ipod using itunes...you will find restore option under the summary tab in itunes.
This mp3 player and many others do not play or do anything on screen besides charge WHILE it is connected to the computer. You can transfer songs to the player while it is connected to the PC. After it is disconnected, then you can play songs.
I have often had the same problem. Resetting the software enabled me to recover. Press and Hold the Play/Pause (center) button and the Previous Song/Rewind (rear) button•at the same time. I held it for about 5 seconds. Then I released both buttons, then pressed the Play/Pause for about 1-2 seconds, the unit powered up and I was able to connect and charge the unit.
• If the reset procedure does not work, you may need to restore the internal software.See your .pdf users guide, this will erase your song list.
Playlists can be made on the fly, but you have to play each song you
want to add to the playlist in order to bring up the option.
Basically WinAmp is the way to go [here's how:]
First, start up Winamp and add your songs to its library. You've probably already done this.
Next, create a playlist. Call it "Exercise" for this example. Drag a few songs from your library to it.
Next, connect your e260 in MTP mode. It should show up after a few
seconds under the "Portables" item in the Winamp hierarchy. Right-click
the Exercise playlist and send to your e260. Wait for the playlist and
songs to sync, then disconnect your device.
(Optional) go to your e260's playlists and confirm that Exercise
didn't show up. If you do see it, then you probably have a future
version of the firmware that doesn't have this problem.
Here's the kick. Turn the e260 off by holding down the power button
for a couple seconds until you see "GOODBYE." Release the power button.
Switch the lock slider to the locked position. Press the power button
and keep holding it down. The blue wheel light will come on, and then
you'll see the SanDisk logo. Then the screen will go black and you'll
Key LOCKED System shutdown
Once you see that message, you can let go of the power button. Flip
the lock slider to the unlocked position and press the power button
again. Now navigate back to your playlists and you should see Exercise!
Fortunately you don't have to go through these hoops with every
sync. You can freely edit existing playlists and add/remove music;
these actions appear to work fine. This hack is necessary only to get
new playlists to show up.