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I can't drag and drop music from my library to the sansa clip. I have downloaded songs using Rhapsody and I can see where my device is but it wont allow me to drag my songs to it... I have purchased the...


Account Status
You need to connect to Rhapsody once every 30 days to continue playing your subscription tracks. When you reconnect, the 30 day license is renewed. The indicator will change from full circle to a quarter cycle as the days pass, and you will be warned when your tracks are about to expire.

Rate This Song
1. In playback mode, press the Submenu button.
2. Select Rate This Song.
3. Press |<< or >>| to change the rating (Negative to 5 Stars)
4. Select Negative to ban this track from playing again.

Purchase
1. In playback mode, press the Submenu button.
2. Select Purchase This Song.
3. When you connect the player to Rhapsody To Go, the track will be added to your Purchase Bin. You can decide if you would like to purchase it at your leisure.

Add To Library
1. In playback mode, press the Submenu button.
2. Select Add Track to Library
3. A confirmation message, "Song has been added to your Library". Your song will now be a part of your device Library.

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To display the artist information, press the center button 2 times when the song is playing back.

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Hi...

These are some of the cause on why these songs does not appear:
- has long titles - you needed to shorten it
- invalid format - the icons appear the same but the type is different an mp3, wma, mp2, wav ... et..
- has a high bit rate - find lower ones
- protected song - look for songs that does not require online verification
- the song contains a video - find a song that only play on audio.

good luck ... happy fixya... please rate.

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The Sansa e250 comes with its own software which you must use to encode songs, video and photos. This software comes with the MP3 player on a CD.

If you cannot find the CD you can download the software below.

http://www.sandisk.com/driverdownload/download.asp?driverId=184

I hope this helps you, please take a moment and rate my solution with your issue.

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MP3 not playing the songs and gets restarted


You can try to reset the device by pressing the power button for about 15 to 20 seconds..if that doesnt work I would recommend you to go to the sandisk site to update the firmware on your device or you can contact sandisk to they can help you with updating the firmware on your device..Please follow the link below to get the firmware
http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376

The number for sandisk is 1-866-726-3475
Please rate accordingly
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Sandisk sansa m250 MP3


Select Recently Added, Artists, Albums, Songs, Genres, My
Top Rated, Playlists, Podcasts, Audiobooks, or Recordings (Voice). - to view songs by album, artist, etc.

Or remove the track lisitng from the ID3 tag completely.

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If your songs are already in mp3 format than they must have been probably saved in 256 or 320 kbps. That is a waste of space since human ear can't tell the difference between anything higher than 192 kbps. For mp3 player it is more than enough to save songs with 128 kbps, especially if you're only using headphones. If the song takes approximately 4000 KB than you could fit close to 500 songs on 2GB mp3 player like yours. So, you need to check the beat rate of the songs and make convert those with beat rate over 192 to 192 or 128 which is just fine.

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i can answer one of your problems your go list should stay their no matter what

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I restored settings to default factory settings and has been working and not skipping the songs. Restoring to factory settings does not delete any of your data/songs

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Most of the specifications for WMA is based on 64 KPS sample rate and average 4 minutes per song. This is purely marketing garbage as I don't know of many people who listen to 64kps MP3s or WMA's. WMA's you download from Napster, rip from CD, or get from a subscription services are typically 192 KPS which is three times as large. Lowering your sample rate can make your music files smaller, but at a loss of audio quality. The lower the sample rate, the more compression fragments you will have. So it's a trade off between quality vs. quantity.

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