Problem coping and pasting FM Recording from Sansa to hard drive on computer
Problem coping and pasting a FM Recording that is 976,501 KB in size. System says not enough storage is available to complete this operation. Then I tried it again and got this message, The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit or an application request.
Please tell me what I can do about this? I don't want to delete the recording but if I can't get it off of the recorder then what else can I do but delete it?
Plug the cord in to the USB and into the sansa e250 and go to my computer then click on the sansa and keep clicking until you see RECORD as a file and go to FM and it should be there and to double check double click it and it should play it through windows media player or whatever you have. Hope it helps:-)
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Hello, This is possible. It requires firmware upgrade to disable the FM radio. Follow the directions below link:
I am also a user of SanDisk. They will not give any CD with it. Try using below steps to download the music.
1. Movies and Music should be in MP3 format. 2. Plugin SanDisk to Computer. 3. System will open new drive in "My Computer" name as Sansa e250 . 4. Copy music,movies and past it into Sansa Drive.
There is another good feature in SanDisk. You can also record the song from FM Radio.
At the time of listining song from FM press Rec button. Song will get saved in your SanDisk.
I'm pretty sure that iMovie can cope with lots of different file formats. If you can burn the file onto a DVD and get the file off the DVD onto your computer's hard drive I think iMovie will cope with the rest. I know I have worked on Imovie in the past with DV files from my camera, but I'm sure that something like an mpeg file or a mp4 file will work too. What are the file options for recording from the HDD to disc?
Its not two hardrives, its duo processor, and two cache chips
check the size of data and acer drives (right click and properties, check size) If they are large should be able to store copy of music
go into the limewire download folder, should be in my computer -> c: -> program files -> Limewire -> shared folder - copy files (edit select all, edit copy or ctrl + left clikc to individually select) then paste to new directory or folder (right click empty sapce of folder & left click paste
same for Itunes - locate where files are saving to then just copy paste from one location to another
should effect the programs from working, unless You delete files
Open My Computer. Double click Sansa player. Open the Internal Memory icon. Open the Record folder. Transfer recordings to your computer using a drag-and-drop method. Use your cd recording software to burn to CD.
You can start by opening My Computer and double clicking on your sansa player. From there you should be able to navigate through your mp3 player. Once you've found the video recording you can right-click on it and hit copy, then go to your desktop and right-click again and hit paste. Your audio-recording will then be on your desktop.
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..
plug in your mp3 to the computer go to MY COMPUTER double click in the sansa e250 there are alot of folders theres one thart says RECORD double click on it the theres two folders in there one that says FM and one that says VOICE double click on it and in that folder you will find all your voice recording.