Everytime i connect my player to my computer it says that it is full, but i have never been able to upload anything, it gives me the option to delete whatever files are on there so i always click yes. but when i try to upload music to it it says that it's full. i don't know what to do anymore. please help.
My **** sansa acts like it has files on it, but it doesnt. its over filled by 33 megs, i dunno what to do
it wont format, its over filled, or windows media player says, but it has no songs on it
anyone else have this problem? how do i fix it?
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Try to reset it if possible.
If the computer charges it then the computer recognizes it as a connected device. That's how usb works. It could be you need a new USB cable. Many devices that use USB for charging do not have the data leads connected in their cables. This is called a "vampire" connection as it only sucks 5 volts DC from the computer/charger .
Hi, go to the Setup menu, then to System, then USB Mode. You can select either MSC or Auto; try MSC first. I've noticed the same problem with my computer, and I can get around it by changing that setting. If it doesn't work on MSC then switch to Auto. Worth a try!
Hmmm when you plug it in to put music on it do you use the sync manager thing? thats what i use and sometimes it says theres no player connected even though there is, so i just keep plugging and unplugging until it works.. but then if that doesnt work i just go to "Zen v series media explorer" it like lets you upload music there too.. hope you find something that works!
I'm a bit confused by your description, but you ARE talking about non music files... Is it possible at all that you deleted system files from your player? If so it really wouldn't respond.
Try going into Recovery Mode; remove battery, hold power switch to ON, replace battery, release power switch when the Recovery Mode screen appears on the screen. Run Option 1 CleanUP, after it completes run Option 4 Restart. You will get a Rebuilding Library screen when it reboots, that's normal, then it should go back to your startup screen.
Another thing to try is recovering you system files through a firware upgrade/install. I'm not sure it will work, but would you mind being a guinea pig? let us know how it turned out.