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Rob Godwin Posted on Apr 24, 2007

Song is "Unknown"

I converted a file over from oog to mp3 and uploaded it to my sansa e250 and the player tells me its "unknown" Ive converted and uploaded similar files before without this happening but they all do it now. Thanks for any help

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    Rob Godwin Apr 24, 2007

    Hey man I really Appreciate it! That worked great!

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If your using Windows XP right click on the MP3 and select properties. Then click on the Summary tab and select Advance. From here you will see a list of labels for your MP3 such as artist, title, year. album, genre and etc... When you edit it from here it should show on your Sansa. I hope this helps :-D!

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