Question about SanDisk Sansa c240 MP3 Player
I have worked and worked to try to fix this problem. I even formatted my player, added new music, and still get the same message. Any suggestions? It is driving me crazy!
The music files that you have transferred are in WMA format - when your music svc subscription expires, or the licenses on them expire, then you will get this annoying message. Convert the files to mp3 format, and you will never have that problem again.
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