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Wont upload music onto device!

When i get ready to sync a song onto the e250 i click sync then when the song is loading onto the player, the player shuts off and then comes back on!? its the weirdest thing and i cant put any music on it now? HELP PLEASE!

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Try to get to your '' Album'' Folder in your player and drag the album folder in it, make sure its in a folder. Basically you should go trough Computer/Sansa e250 Device/''PPI NAND(or whatever it is named)''/Albums and drag the folder with the album's name you want

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No "Device Ready" message on Rhapsody. Can't upload to my E250.

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Hey, the same thing just started happening to mine. Let me know if u find a solution.

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