Ok so i just got this sansa like 2 months ago....and everything has been workin fine,then i wanted to add sum videos, but everytime its about to transfer it, the player turns white and restarts...and it keeps doin this. so i kinda left it for a while. then i downloaded sum new songs from rhapsody, it needed to read my tracks from my player onto rhapsody...and again it wud turn white and restart before it even got a chance to read the tracks. i used windows to try to add the songs it didnt work...so i formated it. i deleted everything, now i try to add songs and it reads it as "bad track" on my player. my rhapsody wont even tranfer songs. it says the track is not compadable with device..im really confused on what to do...somthin is definetly wrong here. i cant add anything to my player. and i already have the latest firmware....im gettin really annoyed here. can someone help me
I'm having a similar problem. every time i sync new music my computer tells me its on, but the tracks aren't on the player. it also refreshes every time i turn it on, which takes forever amd is getting really annoying. could this have something to do with my new microSD card?
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check to make sure the songs are not in a playlist that is set to auto transfer. click on the mp3, then on playlists. if the auto transfer is checked, uncheck it. it will transfer songs whenever you sign in if it is checked/
Here's the deal with WMA files - once your subscription expires (or really, the license on the WMA file expires) - you will have to renew your music service subscription or the song will no longer play on your device.
Use Mp3 format songs - they'll never give you this problem.
Hey Bossu-78, According to information provided by the manufacturer, you should be able load pictures onto your Sansa player by following the steps below: 1) Connect your MP3 player to your computer. 2) Select "Convert using Sansa Media Converter" when the player first establishes a connection. 3) Click on the "Add media" button to select the photos you want to add to your player. 4) The files being transferred should be added to "My Album." You can then click on the album name box and choose the name that you want for that collection of files. 5) Click on the "Convert" button to start the transfer process. If you're still not sure how to proceed, you may want to check out the manufacturer's website for more information: http://www.sandisk.com/Assets/File/pdf/guides/e200/e200_userguide_en.pdf Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.
make sure the mode of the player is in MTP or if you have a version 2 player the default mode is MTP. If you are receiving an error about "Not Enough Space for Music DB please free 6mb" when turning on the player. Format the player using windows explorer and the mode should be in MSC.
You could try opening the folder(s) with your saved music and highlight all the ones you want to transfer to your mp3 player and then right click on one of the highlighted files, left click on Copy, then go to My Computer > Sansa e250 mp3 player should be listed in there, double click on it, then right click in a open white area and left click Paste. It should copy the music right to your player. You could also try using Rhapsody and import your music into it. I use Rhapsody for transferring music to my e250 Sansa mp3 player.
go to www.download.com and search for a program called Unlocker 1.8.5 it's free...
after installation, right click the file to unlock the file and it should be fixed to delete...
I was on here cuase my unit froze...