Question about SanDisk Sansa m230 MP3 Player
Instead of Reading my MP3 as a Sansa m230 it reads it as a "Music file" on My Computer when you plug it in and when i go to My Computer then its in the E: Drive And it thinks its a CD...What is Wrong And how should it be fixed?
Hmm.... having not experienced this problem since I have an A: C: D: and E: drive I might suggest trying to figure out how to set your drive letter from E: to F:
Sorry I can't recall the process since I haven't set a drive letter in 10 years but try a google search on it something like "assign Drive letter"
Then once you understand the process plug in your MP3 and assign it's drive letter to F: (since most computers have the CD drive set as E: your system might get the idea that it's a CD drive instead of MP3) make note of process in case you need to repeat it the next time you hook up your MP3.
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