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Mine's a clip, but same problem. When I plugged it in, we compared it against my sisters, and a file was missing. See if anyone you know has the same player, and try to transfer the file if this is the same problem as mine
To format the player directly, follow these steps:
1. Press the Home button to return to the Main Menu.
2. Select Settings from the Main Menu.
3. Select System Settings.
4. Scroll down to Format and select it.
5. Select Yes to start formatting.
Oh lol this is easy. just go onto realplayer or something then go on the tab burn/transfer then it will tell u your songs delete them all. then try turning your mp3 on and going to "settings" then go all the way to the bottom of that page then click "reset all" then go back to windows media player and put your songs on.
You need to connect it to a PC then it should show up as a removable storage device.
You may then delete or copy tracks to is like any disk drive.
If you are unsure how to do this then please comment.
Hope this helps, plese rate my answer as better than thanks for trying.
There's a series of things I would try to do:
1. Restart the computer.
2.Reinstall (or if not done previously - install) the driver of the m240.
3. Try changing the batteries.
4. In the setting you can change the USB definitions.
5. Try another USB port and cable.
Let me know if any of them helped. If not I'll try to think of other ideas.
When you disconnect be sure to use windows' disconnect device safely thing on the bottom right part of the screen by the clock. Even though the player says it's not writing it probably still is even after a long period of time so if you just unplug it it will mess up whatever mp3 it was transferring at the time.