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My sansa c250 music folder is empty

My music folder is empty wen theres 432 songs on it n theres sumthin i wanna put on it but i also wanna delete some stuff n its not there 2 delete and another thing wen i use the firmware downloader theres n error itll dl allthe way but it says at the end it couldnt dl my new firmware. i think i need tha new firmware but it wont dl does ne 1 know if there's another way i can solve my problem?

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  • 2515 Apr 13, 2008

    MUSIC FOLDER EMTY

  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2009

    i want to delete songs on my player, but i cant i unhid them but i still cant see them

  • Anonymous Mar 06, 2009

    i have like 400 songs in my mp3 but when i go to mi folder its not there for me to delete but i can add songs in it

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Actually after some searching it is VERY easy to manage the c250, you just have to know how to connect it. You must connect it to read as MSC format. To do this, put on the hold feature and press and hold the rewind/previous track button as you connect it. This will open it up as a removable disc. So just drag and drop whichever songs you want from the MUSIC folder. You may also delete individual songs that are already on there. Hope this helps, works for me.
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Well here nothing wrong with your MP3 player but it has some protection on it. you can see and play the songs on the MP# player but you cant see them when you are your computer this is because the songs came from a different computer. this happens so you can't steel music. The MP3 player dos'nt let you delete songs off the MP3 player one by one. the only way you can delete the songs with out using a computer is to go into settings and choose the format selection. it is going to delete everything off your mp3 player but that is the only way to put new material on it unless you have access to the computer that put the songs on it.
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Posted on May 14, 2008

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