I plugged in my mp3 player after 3 days of being in the washer and i plugged it into the computer as i was thinking of just throwing it away and it shows the screen but it doesnt show its loading and i cant even turn it off . what should i do ?!!
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1. Connect the USB cable to your Sansa MP3 player, then hook the other end to a free USB port on your computer. 2. Give the computer time to recognize the Sansa MP3 player. Once it has, double-click on the MP3 player?s icon to view the music files stored to memory. 3. Scroll through the list of audio files until you find the ones that you wish to delete from the Sansa MP3 player. 4. Click on single items or click and lasso multiple files. 5. Right-click on the highlighted files to pull down an action list and from there select Delete. The computer will ask if you really want to throw the file away. Select OK. 6. Exit from the window, then disconnect the USB cable from the Sansa MP3 player. The player will automatically turn off. The memory will update the first time you turn the player on after deleting songs.
well, i searched up many solutions, but i ended up making my own.
step1 : connect your mp4 to the computer using the usb cable that was provided.
step2 : when the install wizard pops up, click the one with advanced.
step 3: click the one that says you will choose where to install it from
step4: check USB mass storage device.
i hope this helps many people, since i searched everywhere for a solution
Ok First i have the same mp3 player and on my xp computer it did the same thing. Thats because its opening as a portable device which i dont think xp has the driver for that so im going to tell you how to fix it. First, Go Open your MP3 2) Then go to Setup 3) then click on system 4) Then go to usb mode 5) Choose MSC mode there will be 2 choices MSC and Auto 6 plug it in and there you go
OK this seems weird but if you have like a Nintendo Wii or a PlayStation 2 or 3 take you sync cable and plug your zune into the usb port on the system because sometimes the battery is just so dead that it dosent have enough power for the computer pick it up. mine done this a few days ago and i left it plugged into my Nintendo Wii over night and it started working again
I think I have a solution. If you're using Windows Media Player like you're supposed to, click the sync button in the top menu bar. if it says click here to sync device slick there and it'll pop up a menu telling you to name your Sansa and click ok and you should be good to go.
This player shows the "Do not disconnect" message when it is doing something critical such as transferring tracks or updating firmware, which could corrupt the player if disconnected part way through.
The player shows the "OK to disconnect" when it is idle. As the message says, it's ok to disconnect, as the player will not corrupt if disconnected when it is idle.
These messages mean that the player does not need the "Safe to remove" procedure.
It is ok to disconnect part way through charging. Also the player will condition the battery once it is fully charged, so it's ok to leave it charging.
Occassionally batteries can "memorise" when constantly disconnect and reconnected without fully charging and discharging. To help prevent this, fully discharge the player (leave on until dead) and fully charge and condition (leave charging for about 12 hours) every couple of weeks or so.
My daughter received an ibratz mp3 player for xmas and same with us having transferred music to mp3 but when trying to play there is great nothingness! the players says the files are there but there is no authority!!