Question about SanDisk Sansa E280 MP3 Player
first, note that not all sizes on mp3 players and flash drives are true/real. Some are compressed to get a large space but the real space might not be up to that, so when a file is loaded and it gets to the real capacity, it gets full even if there are still visible space on the drive or device. This is a business strategy that is used to deceive people.
Therefore, it might be that the real space on your player is 1.4GB, so it was compressed to show 8GB which is false. I have been through a lot of cases like this on Flash drives, Memory cards, Mp3 player, etc.
To confirm this; Insert your player into your computer, go to "My computer" on your computer, Right click on the drive that represents your player (Drive E: F: or G:), scroll to format and format your player.
After your player has been formatted, load songs afresh on it and observe or check if it will collect songs more than 1.5GB, If it doesn't, then know of a truth that I am correct.
So, if your player's space is compressed, you cannot used the remaining space on the player because they are not real.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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