I dont understand the instruction booklet, someone please tell me how to make different folders, it sucks having t o look for a song for example im looking for song #83 so i have to go from #1 to #83 to get there. Can someone tell me how to create folders? Im going crazy!!!!!
Re: Help creating subfolders/playlists/album folders
Win XP Pro Build new folders under your C:\ drive. Click on the folder that shows under the 'Panasonic Audio Player' Click and drag your new C:\ drive folders to the right. The new folders should show up on the MP020. Cut and paste won't do it, stupid software.
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Creating a playlist differs from device to device. If for example you have an iPod, in itunes you can use File>New Playlist. You can drag tracks to the playlist and then sync your iPod. However if you have an MP3 player which supports drag and drop files onto the device, just create a folder called Playlist1 for example and add all the songs you would like in the playlist to the folder and play it as an album on the MP3 player. Hope this helps.
I found a user manual for this player on the SanDisk forums. You can read the full manual here:
This player does not support playlists, so if you want to play the albums separately, you will have to organize them into folders. So, make one folder for each album and title them appropriately, then move the folders over to the device, and each album will be in its own folder under ROOT.
1) Open the Sansa in 'My Computer' 2) Double click on the 'Playlist' folder 3) Drag the music you want from the computer into the 'Playlist' folder 4) Highlight all the files (or the files you want) 5) Right click 6) On the menu that pops up click "Create Playlist" - on my computer it's the very first option, in bold 7) Playlist will be created in the 'Playlist' folder 8) Name it whatever you want and enjoy!!
Windows Media Player (WMP) 11 in XP does not create Playlist on my MP3 MTP device. I have a Sony Walkman NWZ-S544 but I think my problem and its solution could also apply to other MP3 players that don't receive Playlists from WMP. And perhaps to Vista and Windows 7? When I connected my WALKMAN to my PC and used WMP to Sync (transfer) Playlists to it, the songs were correctly Synched but no Playlists were created on my WALKMAN. My problem was that Windows had installed the wrong driver for my WALKMAN. Here is how I diagnosed and fixed the problem. DIAGNOSIS: When I used WMP to Sync, the picture in WMP's right hand window was a generic MP3 device. It should have looked like my WALKMAN NWZ-S544. When I looked at the device drivers, I couldn't find a driver for my WALKMAN NWZ-S544 under Portable Devices, but instead found a non-MTP Walkman listed as a USB Mass Storage Device. (See Fix explanation for how to look at device drivers.) Fix: To fix the problem I first uninstalled the incorrect driver and then installed the correct driver. Here's how…
I disconnected all MP3 players and USB devices (Key/thumb/External Hard drives, etc) from my PC.
I opened the Device Manager. Right-click My Computer-Click Properties.-Click Hardware Tab-Click Device Manager. No Portable Devices were showing. Click the + to the left of the Universal Serial Bus Controllers heading and there was one USB Mass Storage Device but it was for an irrelevant memory card reader on my PC that I can't disconnect.
I connected my Walkman. Looking at the Device Manager, I see that one new USB Mass Storage Device is now showing, I right click-Properties and it describes it as a Compatible USB storage device (Walkman). This is my problem. Windows is using an older Walkman driver. My Walkman driver should be for a MTP device.
I again right click the Walkman USB storage device and click Uninstall. I click OK to Confirm Device Removal. The Device Manage no longer shows my Walkman which has now turned itself off.
I disconnect my Walkman and then reconnect it. Windows gives me the message that I have installed new hardware. The Found New Hardware Wizard starts. I click "No, not this time" and then Next. I click "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and then Next. I click "Don't search. I will chose the driver to install." and then Next. I click "Show compatible hardware" and I select "MTP Device" under Model and then Next. Windows then finds the appropriate driver for my Walkman and I'm done.
VERIFICATION: To verify that it is properly installed, look in the Device Manager under Portable Devices (while your Walkman is connected). Click + and you should see:"Walkman NWZ-S544". Or simply look under Name in My Computer and you should see an entry for Walkman NWZ-S544, and an icon that looks like your Walkman. Everything should now work properly.
Within WMP 10 create a few playlists and drag/drop music files to the appropriate playlist (drag whole albums or individual songs). When you have constructed and filled your playlist(s) connect your player, open the sync tab, and drag the playlist(s) to the sync box. Click sync and smile. ;)
Go through your list of songs loaded into your player. Highlight the song(s) that you want added to create a different playlist and hold the toggle down until you see "added to my Selections" (or something like that). Once you have selected your songs, go into the main page (titles, artists, albums, etc.) and select "playlists". You should see an option called my Selections/Favourites. Highlight and push the "menu" (m) button. Select Save playlist and name using the toggle up and down for each letter and over to work on the next one. Once you have saved and named the playlist. Return to my Selections/Favourites and delete to clear the list. Now you can create a new playlist....Now I just gotta figure out how to fix the System file corrupted problem on mine.