I just got this mp3 a couple months ago. Now, there are MANY songs that I've listened to since I put them on but now every time I try to play "Bad Track" keeps poppping up and becoming pretty annoying. It seems like it's happening to more songs every day. I can't play half the songs I have on there now. I've only connected to a computer to put the songs on then ONCE more to charge so I know it's not from an outside source. Can someone please help me with this? Has anyone else experienced this? It's like it's just eatin my music.
I had the same exact problem. When i called them they said that becuase these songs were not properly put on the device it will not work. What he meant by properly is that you cant just copy and paste all your music. This may ork for some of your music but will not work for most. And he also said that if the music has been gotten wrong meaning, if you didn't rip from a cd, and you just copied and pasted.
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hi, your sansa m259 mp3 player does not support playing video songs(.wmv).You can listen to the following supported audio files only (.wma or .mp3) in your player. If you want to listen to video songs, try finding the software which converts video files to audio files, convert them and you can listen. Google it up to find numerous software.Hope you are clear now.Please rate my solution as helpful.
well, first format the sansa player on ur computer, then reaply ur music and find a better quality song like that 1 to put on it, i recomend buying it off itunes or something like that, because it could have a virus in the song or it cannot be played on the player, (via: it is not the right format to be played on it, like mp3 or wma files.)
I've had this happen a couple of times in the last 6 months. You can get it to play again by chosing the format option from the settings menu. Of course, then you've lost everything you had loaded on to it. Download your music/audio books again and they will play.
i have had my Sansa e260 for about 6 months and while i was listening to a song it kept saying Bad track , Bad track , i got worried so i shut it off. Now its alsost like the power button is being held in it keeps showing the screen that comes on when you turn it on. When i plug it into my computer it doesnt even show up on the Monitor. i dont know what happened to it or how to fix it. Please HELP!!
What mode do you have your device under? limewire tracks shouldnt say bad tracks because they dont have DRM license install in them...i would recommend to delete evrything from that device and try again....
I beleive your player saves a lists as well as the song itself.
the easiest way to fix it is to (if possible) use windows explorer, goto your player and look for a folder that says "albums" or "list", scroll thru and delete the folder of the songs that you have deleted.