When I go into the sansa by itself it shows that I have recorded data from F.M. however when i try to access the files on my PC they don't show up in the folder. I have tried renaming the folders, changing which USB port that I am using and I have also tried accessing the files via winamp and windows media play and still nothing. Any ideas?
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You can try few simple steps like changing the USB ports, turning off & turning on the mp3 player and then reconnecting it, and then changing the USB mode on device: Menu --> Settings --> USB mode: MSC or MTP
If these don't work, try the steps here: Sansa e250 Not Detected in PC
The radio is weak on this device - try different areas of the house, and see if you can get reception on one good station. I have heard that the Sansa e200 series had the radio function ruined by a firmware upgrade, but it wouldn't apply to the Sansa Clip. As a last resort, you can reset all of your settings within the player itself- the user manual will show you how to do this.
Connect your sansa to the computer via usb. (assuming you have windows) Now go to "My Computer". If your sansa is in automatic mode, it should show up as "sansa c205". Double Click on that. Now double click on "internal memory". (If you don't have that, just skip it) Now double click on "recordings". Double click "Voice". Now a list of your recordings show up. Simply delete the ones you don't want, such as "001" and "002".
First, try to copy the files to your PC. Make sure you have a CD burning program and drive of some kind. WAV files are very large compared to Mp3 files, so you may be only to fit a few on an AUDIO CD. If you burn the WAV files to CD as a DATA CD, then you will be able to fit more files onto a single CD, but you will not be able to play that same CD in a CD player.
Ok, If you mean you have an MP3/4 Player and it has an FM Radio that you can record on air music etc, to ya MP3/4 player's memory, and if that Player shows up in My Computer as a "Removable Drive", it should be a fairly simple matter to find the files on the Player, possibly with an MP3 extension, and copy & paste to where ever you want..
connect the device to your computer and check whether the computer shows any data if it shows one then try to access the player through the
computer if you cant access the contents in the player then right click on the dirve icon and select tools and make a backup of the disk and
save it to your system
now use the bundled software with you too accsees the player if you can do it now then you can copy the contents to the hard disk
if step 1 is negative then all of your data have been permanatly erased and so then nothing can be done