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The PC don't see ...

... a lot of musics in this Sansa m250. Why?

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  • snqwerty Sep 07, 2008

    Unfortunately I have the same problem.

    I have copied some mp3 audiobooks to my sansa 250m, and I can hear them well. When I decided to remove them using my PC, I just cant find them.

    Now that is puzzling...


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I think I found a solution to that.

The sansa has 2 USB connection mode.
Old: MSC and Newer: MTC.
When it is configured to use auto connection, it will use the MTC if it possible.
When it is in the MTC mode, I can;t see all files.
I go to the Menu=>Settings=>USB and picked the MSC option.

When I reconnected my device I could see a new directory: "Audible" and in it found my files.

Hope it will help

Posted on Sep 07, 2008

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