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Sansa e200 music

Ok, I have a sansa e200 and for some reason when i go to play music it says its empty and there are no music files. so when i looked on the computer all the music files were still there but there were a bunch of extra folders with random names like 5 l YY etc. and i tried right clicking and formating it but it says it cannot complete formating. help please

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Well formatting IS deleting all the files on your sandisk. I figured that out the first day i had it. So if you're formatting when all your songs are on there, then that's your problem. If not, then i dont know what to tell you.

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I own a sandisk sansa e260 4.0gb and for some reason my computer is no longer recognising my mp3 player? I am currently running Microsoft 11 on my computer, could this be the problem? My other issue is...


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Having the Sansa e260 and running WMP11, the easiest way for updating the drivers on the computer for connection is to download the
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See next link how to use the automatic updater function, method 1 ( and updating manually going to Sansa forums, method 2 ) :
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This could be solved by playing or synchronizing the song at least one
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for and select the box "Download usage rights automatically when I play or sync a file".

Main support overview links for the Sansa e200 series:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4487/session/L3NpZC8xUDF2cU1Rag%3D%3D/sno/0#e200

I hope this helps you solving the problems.
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http://www.sandisk.com/sansa/assets/English/products/Clip/Clip_userguide_en.pdf

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Follow these steps to drag-and-drop music to your Sansa e200 player:
1. Connect your Sansa e200 player to your computer.
2. Select Open device to view files using Windows Explorer on
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3. Double-click on Sansa device.
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-Plug in your mp3 player

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-Either select all your songs, open them with 'Windows Media Player' and transfer them that way.
-Or 'Open My Computer' then open 'Sansa e200' and drag the songs from where your songs are located [My Music] to the 'Music' folder in your Sansa e200 folder.

[MyMusic] Song.mp3 >drag to> [MyComputer/Sansa] Music.

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