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Can't view songs on Sansa e260

I dont know how many songs are actually on my mp3 but when I want to add some songs and connect the player to my computer it starts downloading the songs so I can view them. It makes it to 510 songs and stops. It will never go on past that and I can't view any of the songs to either delete some or add any. Anyone have a solution??? Thanks for any help someone can advise me with!

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  • Jennifer Jones Jun 27, 2007

    Ok
    what is wmp11 ?
    how do i get there?

    thanks!

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Go into wmp11 and disable the auto synch feature, then you will be able to add your own. depending on the size of the files, and the length of the songs, you are about right with the 510 number.

Posted on Jun 27, 2007

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