Question about SanDisk Sansa m200 (2 GB) MP3 Player
Posted by Anonymous on
SOURCE: BAD TRACK FOR EVERY SONG
Hi tooky. Getting a "Bad Track" message on the E250 may be an indication of memory corruption, music file corruption, or outdated subscription/license info. One solution would be to format your player in Windows Media Player (version 10 or 11): 1. Make sure your player is in MTP mode by navigating the menu as follows: Menu > Settings > USB Mode You would get a choice of "MTP" or "MSC". Please select "MTP". If your player is an "E250 Rhapsody series" player, select "Plays for Sure". 2. Plug your player to your PC and run Windows Media Player. Click on the "Sync" tab and make sure the E250 is listed. Look for the "Format" button (it would look like a "pencil" on Windows Media Player 10) and click on it. Follow the on-screen prompt. 3. Re-load your songs by either copying/pasting your songs to the player or by using Windows Media Player's "Synchronization" feature. You could also format the player while in "MSC" or "Rhapsody" mode by browsing the player in Explorer, right-clicking the drive letter corresponding to the player, then select "Format". Follow the on-screen prompts Another solution would be to update the firmware of your player by downloading the Sansa Firmware Updater using this link from the SanDisk website (instructions are found on this site as well): For standard E250 or E250R "Rhapsody Series": http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376 Make sure your player is set to MSC mode, or "Rhapsody" Mode The type of music file might also be the cause. If your music files are licensed, purchased or acquired via subscription, you may want to contact the provider for more info on how to re-download the music files. I hope this helps. There are other procedures available but these might actually make your player work normally again. Hoping for the best :)
Posted on Apr 25, 2007
what you really have to do is: 1: Double click my computer 2:Double click Sansa e250 drive 3: Right click on the icon that looks like a disk drive and click format BE SURE TO HAVE BACKUP OF SONGS BEFORE YOU FORMAT!!!
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
SOURCE: deleting songs
If your computer says you don't have any, but your MP3 does you can delete it from your MP3 player. Click on the song that you want to delete and go down to delete song. Click on it and whala! the song is deleted
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
SOURCE: delete songs from sansa e280
Open up your windows media player and click on the sync tab..your device should be listed there..and also it will show you all the songs you have in there...or you can just format the whole player..formatting will erase everything in that player...
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
SOURCE: Sansa e260 How to delete songs ?
This MIGHT fix the problem: Make sure that Windows Explorer is set to show hidden files and folders. In Windows XP, click TOOLS, FOLDER OPTIONS, VIEW and make sure you have selected "Show hidden files and folders".
Posted on May 24, 2008
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