Question about SanDisk Sansa c250 (2 GB) MP3 Player (SDMX7-2048)

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Drives Sand Disk Sansa c250

I need drives to install Sand Disk Sansa c250 2Gb on my PC, ´cause if not I can´t change the music,

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  • smithdou May 18, 2008

    The c250 does not show up when plugged in. I have not done anything to the drivers. I also have a e250 and it shows up by just plugging the usb cable in the computer.

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I did not do anything to get the e250 to work.

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Did you do anything special to it?

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How i Regord music from cd-pleyer


When you want to record music on your MP3 player, you have to use a computer in between.
Use the sound card in the computer, to connect the CD player, or even better, put a CD in the CD / DVD player / burner of the PC. Then you need a program to extract the music from the CD to the PC in MP3 format. You can download the program for free here:
Audacity Free Audio Editor and Recorder
Once the music is on the PC you can add it to your MP3 player, by connecting the player.
Before you connect a MP3 player, you have to install a program so it can communicate with the computer. The software should be on a disk that came with the MP3 player, or you can download it from the website the MP3 players manufacturer.

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Sansa c250 will not show music on memory card


First, make sure it's a microSD card and not a microSDHC card. If your card is larger than 2GB then it won't work in the c250.
Second, make sure all your music in a folder named "MUSIC" at the root of your card. You can have subfolders in that folder, but the top folder must have that name.

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SANSA C250 2GB MP3 PLAYER IS NOT RECOGNISED ON MY PC.


Visit http://www.sandisk.com and got the download section. Select the required device, download the driver and install it. It may solve your problem.

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Mp3 2gb sadisk player


you have to erase everything so the pc would recognised

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How to download music


Plug it in to your USB port on your PC using the supplied cable. Using Windows Explorer, drag and drop your music files to the Sansa drive letter showing in Explorer. It might appear as drive letter "E", "F", "G" or higher, depending on how many drives you have already installed on your computer.

You might want to reduce the bitrate of the files with other software to fit more music on the player first, though. If you have a program such as Nero, or Roxio, you can load all your files into it and reduce the bitrate down to 64Kbp/s and not affect the sound quality much in your headphones.

I have this same player and can fit a couple hundred songs on it with the reduced bitrate.

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My sansa


Software is available from Sandisk's website. Try changing the USB Mode on this one to AUTO, and then see if the Music folder will appear.

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Sandisk sansa c250(2GB) MP3 player


Try this...

Step 1: open up your sansa folder
Step 2: In your player folder click tools --> folder options --> View.
Step 3: Under hidden files and folders click 'show hidden files and folders, click ok.
Step 4: The folder would now show up.

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Music transferred from internet to my sansa not good


Am not sure which of the 2 actions we did solved the problem...but we installed the CD that came with it (my daughter has a Sansa C260 and her CD was already installed in the computer and we thought I didn't have to install mine). But we resorted on installing mine too in case it would help with the problem, and then we re-loaded all the songs into my Sansa C250 at a slower pace, although I really don't know if the quicker pace did cause the problem. But now my Sansa C250 is now able to record any song correctly.

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Sansa C250 not recognised


The Sansa C250 doesn't have a setting on the player to put it into USB, or MSC mode.

By default, it's always in MTP mode (Microsofts slow and crappy DRM enabled protocol).

You can force the player to connect to your computer by doing these 3 things:

1. Ensure that your player is OFF.

2. Set the Hold slider to LOCKed.

3. While holdind the "<<", (LEFT or Previous) button down, connect the c250 to your computer via the USB cord.

You should now see 2 new drives in your "My Computer" window. One drive is the c250's internal memory, and the other is it's microSD slot.

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