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Can't transfer data files

Hi,
I'm trying to transfer files from our library (books on CD) and I'm getting the following error message:

error message "Unable to transfer the selected title because Insert 3 returned 0xC00D2772"

I used to be able to do it with no problem.

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  • NurseFarmer Mar 27, 2008

    I have recently had the same problem after months of no problems.



    I get the same error [insert 3] Unable to transfer and returned 0xC00D2772.



    I have reinstalled Overdrive, I have reinstalled Windows Media 10, I have updated the Media on the toolbar in Overdrive. I have redownloaded my library audio files. I have tried MTP and also MSC. Nothing has worked so far.


  • Rapunzzelle Apr 10, 2008

    I have received the same error here and there. At other times, the progress bar just sits there. I haven't been able to transfer files for over a month so I have been using my other computer. Very inconvienent but I'm at a loss. I too have re-installed Overdrive Media and Media player.

  • Lynn Bailey Apr 22, 2008

    yup. Looks like something has been changed because I have listened to tons of books on tape on my sansa from overdrive media. All of a sudden, poof, nothing. It acts as if you no longer have rights to play the files.

    I haven't re-installed everything, but I did make sure that the msc mtp settings were switched back and forth, and I made sure that I did not have an overly full player. I called the library, but of course they know nothing.



    boydschpsych

  • pelo7 Apr 23, 2008

    i try to put songs in my sansa e250 and it wont let me......it says "error"

  • Anonymous May 04, 2008

    I have alot of memory on my MP3, but when I recorded off the radio, it said I have no memory, and I only recorded 101 songs off the radio. Then, when I tried to download, it wouldn't go in. I tried it about 5 or 7 times and it still wouldn't go into my MP3. Could you help me find a solution to this problem?

  • Anonymous Jun 10, 2008

    I have the exact same" Insert 3 returned 0xC00D2772" error message on my sansa e250 when I now try to transfer audio books to the player. I have used this device with the same audio books service for 2 years and have never had this problem before. I tried switching the USB setting as suggested, but it doesn't work. I also went to the Sansa site and downloaded the latest firmware, I reformatted the device, and I downloaded the last OverDrive Media Console software. Nothing works.

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  • Steve Nordquist
    Steve Nordquist May 11, 2010

    What are you using to do the transfer? It sure doesn't sound like a Windows Explorer error, and I bet you could still transfer a directory full of Books-on-Tape mp3s to the MUSIC directory; is there anything else to the error box like a window title or something?

    By the way: Supposedly there is a directory corruption thing that can happen to Flash devices from time to time, curable with a Lock-Power-on-Record reset of the device (but reel off a backup first, as may be necessary.)

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Reaper 22's solution was the first thing of everything that has been posted that actually did work!! Way to go!!

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I had the same problem went to they sync menu on Windows Media Player 11 went to the arrow at the bottom of the tab to expand the menu there was my sansa 250 I went down to it which expanded the menu to the side from there I selected format clicked which erased anything previous on the player as soon as I was done I was able to tranfer my books to my player as I normally do. Hope this helps
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Posted on Aug 12, 2008

I was having the same problem and I tried all of the suggested solutions but none of them worked. On a different site, someone suggested using the format function on the computer and IT WORKED!!! With the player connected, I went into My Computer. I right clicked on the icon for my player and chose "Format." After it was done, I went to books I had downloaded on OverDrive and transferred one to the e250 w no trouble! Here is a copy of the directions I followed: "Please try to format the player as formatting it will likely correct the issue. Formatting will destroy all data on the player and get rid of any corruption. You would need to right click on the removable disk icon under My Computer and choose format, we recommend using the FAT file system." Hope this works for others. Note that it will erase everything else you have on the player. This Sansa device has been a ton of trouble, but I hate to give up on it because of the money I spent on it. I won't buy another, though.

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Does your mp3 player play CDAs? Because that is the normal extension for Book CDs on tape, not mp3s. If you convert your
book cda files to mp3 files first, you should have no problem. Does anyone know an itunes like program that will do this simply for my Sandisk model e260 mp3 player? I just did it all by hand and it was hard. I would like it if there was some freeware somewhere that would do it for me. I had to create 8 subdirectories to place them on the Sandisk playlist. It was my first time and it took parts of 2 days.

Mike Rice
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Posted on Apr 20, 2008

  • jaszmin Aug 14, 2008

    Its me again.  Download CDEX 1.57 or any version really.  CDEX 
    is essentially just a converter of file types to and from mp3.  But it
    has an extra quality that will allow you to TAG your files.  Put the
    first CD in your 'puter with CDEX open.  Create a directory anywhere with the name of the book.  Then in options in CDEX pulldown, put that directory as where you want your files to go.  Do it twice because it asks for it twice.  You will find tag areas for author and book name.  Put both in with 1 after each of them.  That's will compel the first disk to play its files first and in the order they are assembled on the CDR.  When its all converted, you take the first CDR out and put in the second.  When you have converted them all, you will find the book neatly packaged all in order.  Drag and drop the original file you created to the 

    Sansa Music directory.  Exit CDEX, which incidentally is freeware.  Unhinge your sansa from the 'puter.  Plug in your earphones, get music up and it will play in perfect order.  The one drawback of the sansa is it only has pause as a bookmark.

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Hi shellibelli,

I am not expert, but I had the same problem using OverDrive Media to transfer audio books and music to my SanClip 2mb. So, here is what I did, I hope it will help you.

On my mp3 player I went to "Settings" -> "USB Mode" - > and then I selected "MTP", whereas "AutoDetect" was what was previously selected by default. This seemed to solve my problem. I hope it helps you!

Posted on Mar 07, 2008

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Hi,

I called Sansa and I was instructed to format my player. The steps were as follows:
1)Connect player to computer
2)Go to my computer and right click on your player
3) Click format on the menu

This will start the formatting of the player. After this I was fine. This is the 2nd time I have had to do this in a year and all I put on this player are books.

******Please Note**** This process will erase any files you have on your mp3 player.

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