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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Try reflashing the firmware for your device you can find the latest firmware and flashing utilities from the manufacturer?s website. Make sure that you back your music up first because when you do this you are setting it back to factory settings. Then add music this way and see if it is works: 1. Free a USB port on your desktop computer. Now, grab the USB cable for your SanDisk Sansa MP3 player and connect the player to your computer. 2. Wait for your computer to find and recognize the player. This may take a few moments. Once you receive a confirmation message, open your computer and scan the icons for the SanDisk MP3 player. 3. Open the SanDisk Sansa MP3 player on your computer. The music files that you currently have saved to the player?s memory are displayed. 4. Open a folder containing music files that is stored in your desktop computer?s memory. Scan the files for songs that you want to transfer to the SanDisk Sansa MP3 player. 5. Left-click on a song file and drag to the SanDisk Sansa window. Drop the file and let your computer complete the transfer. The transferred file appears at the bottom of your music list. 6. Unplug your SanDisk Sansa player from your computer. Turn the player on and allow the file transfer to update to the internal memory of the MP3 player.
If you want to delete music from your mp3, there are 2 ways, but the easy ways is you just plug your mp3 in your computer, after that if your mp3 will be detected but your computer, com can see all your music, now you can delete that music or files that you want to delete. "good luck"
plug it into your computer with the included usb cable, go into my computer and select sansa m230 and drag and drop music that you have on your computer onto the player. you can also sync your music if you use windows media player.
I dont usually mess around with real player when you dl or put your music on your computer put a shared folder in there and put all your music in there and then when you connect your mp3 player go to your shared folder and right click on the song when it comes up go to send to and it will give you a list it will say what ever you mp3 player is named and if you click that it will put your music on your mp3 player
and if you couyld upgrade to at least a widows xp
your not using the correct program! you use windows media players. its most recommeded from sandisk. go to the sync section and on the side bar there'll be like a read snasa m30 right click on it clcik format media. then go to the sync section and drag the files u want in to the lil box and click sync