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Will McCoy Posted on Jul 08, 2006

MP3 Transfer When I plug my MP3 player into my computer and go to My Computer and then the icon, none of my songs are displayed except for the 5 I am trying to put on there. Oddly enough, when I actually try to listen to my MP3 player, I have the 71 songs Ive already downloaded, but not the 5 Im trying to put on there. My MP3 player says MTP on the front when plugged in. Please help me play my new songs!

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    I cant get my sansa to delete songs or download songs.

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Turn off the Mp3 off then plug it into the computer. If it doesn't work keep it on and try it that way.

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Help me I am trying to change modes from my RCA TH1814 I been trying to find solutions it mtp right but I trying to change it to MSC does anyone have any solutions if you do plz tell me I been looking for months I can never figure it out the manual doesnt even say how to change it either

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I solved the problem on my win98se OS by using the drivers from GPX from another mp3 player ( MW6347DT ). Before, it did not find the pci to usb drivers, etc. Now, all the proper drivers are being found.
The MW6347DT driver for win98 can be found here:
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Hi i was updating the firmware of my Insignia NS-DA2G 2 GB video mp3 Player and the light turn off so my computer too and now my device doesn´t turn on what can i do pls i need a lot of help i dont know what to do, i seacrh the troubleshoting yet but i dont find anything pls say me that you know how i get the firmware again note: my pc recognize the device but no have the driver

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This is a GPX mp3 1 G player. Model MW3836 And I was able to load a few songs a few days ago when I got it.

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If you are using and Ipod, you dont have to add the songs to a disk. you have to use iTunes breNda

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If this is the MXP 100 player from e.Digital then you need the music explorer software that came with the player.

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The sansa players have 2 usb modes. mtp and msc. when you are saving songs in one mode, you will not be able to browse the files in the other mode. the preloaded tracks are usually in mtp mode. To switch mode, go to Settings in your MP3 player. Then choose USB. Auto Detect is also MTP.

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Hi, go to http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376 and download the Sansa Firmware Updater. After running the updater, your MP3 player will be reseted and you will be good, with one drawback: the songs previously copied into the player that were not visible in Windows Explorer will be lost. But you will probably never face this issue again.

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