My Sansa does some weird things for apparently no reason. It won't load some songs, will double whole albums for show multiples of random albums which turn out to be empty, lists averything out of alphaetical order when a few days ago they were in order and when I wipe the system it still shows several albums and artists (some duplicates) but all empty. Also, when I follow the steps for upgrading the firmware it didn't recognise the device, and I tried it several times. Also, it won't recognize the command to "Reset All." If the specific piece I have ever came with software I don't have it anymore and I'm getting so frustrated that if I wasn't on a time constraint I'm seriously considering smasking it to bits and buying a new one, lol!
If you're constantly updating your database of music or you're constantly making changes toyour files then your media player may be trying to update itself unsuccessfully, unfortunately this doesn't offer the option to automatically erase your old files. Under your media and synching options try to turning off your auto-synch option. Disabling this option or making it manual will have the disadvantage of not updating your subscribed music, but may keep songs that you already have in your database and on your media player from doubling up.
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I have the same problem and it irritates me like crazy. A weird thing that seems to work is when you want to switch off your mp3 player, put it on pause and let it switch itself off automatically. When you next switch it on, it will be on that same song and not some random one you listened to ages ago. Seems to work for me.
Do you have any idea how to play music on shuffle by the way?
on the left hand side above the word create playlist, you'll see an eighth note next to the word music. click on the arrow next to the word music.click sansa c140 (if u have one) then click the arrow nest to sansa c140 and click on folder. then open it and you'll see a picture that looks like a stack of cds. click on it ONCE then press the delete key. it will delete allyour songs. then go back to the library and download back the songs you want.
Connect mp3 player to computer
Open Windows Media Player
Go to Sync tab
A list of the songs on your mp3 player should show up
Right click the songs, and go to advanced tag editor - change the album art for each song
One more thing to keep in mind for the Sansa e200 series:
For correct Album Work functionality, the album art and associated music file may
need to be located in the same folder. See preloaded content as an example.
well putting songs on your MP3 player is easy its taking them off thats the problem, so here are some easy steps to doing so.
1. plug in your MP3 player to the computer (USB)
2. go to my documents
3. scroll down to other
4. click sansa m230
5. click TCNANDO
6. then you have an option of Albums, Music,and RECORD click on Music
7. then you have the artists names and all you have to do is click the artist, then the album, and the ones you dont want you right click it and select delete
8. repet that until done deleteing songs of your choice
9. now you can add songs