Sandisk e270R won't recognize new songs and freezes up
I have been useing my sandisk e270R for 6 months everything was fine util a few months ago, all the sudden any new song i try to put on it displays the song title with ramdon letters and number infront of the song. when i try to play the song the device freezes up.
Anyone have and sugestions?
Re: sandisk e270R won't recognize new songs and freezes...
I'm having the same problem as well. I got my Sandisk e200 4g on Christmas day and 2day i encountered a problem when i was at the park. I went to my music files on my Sandisk and nothing showed up. But yet after that i stuck in my phones 2g memory stick and sum of the music showed up but it wouldn't let me play it at all. It would say "Bad Track". Appreciate if someone can help me out. Thanks 4 your time =)
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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.
What happens with my Sansa e270 (6 gb) is when i connect it to my PC the connections seems to be patchy and it will not download or delete songs, when i unconnect it, it is as if i have not done anything. I can only download songs at small increments, and many times the connection is not working. The wires seem to be fine, and the USB ports work, and the cable seems ok. This is very annoying. thanks for helping!
heres what you can do;
once plugged into computer, click on "my computer" icon.
Find the sandisk sansa product, and look through all the music files,
once found the files, delete any of the files as you wish
if that dosent work, im afriad that your going have to delete everything and start fresh again.
sounds like you need a new hard drive, which has a little read-write disk in it that is getting finicky... just to get more use out of it lay it on side or other positions and hear if works ok...if so its diffently Hard drive.
you know the sandisks are 2 gigs no moving parts why doesnt somebody put 20 together making 40 gigs and replace the failing Ipods!!??? just pure electronics and no moving parts and much smaller...not like a hard drive. I thought of this over 30 years ago looking at the first plug in video game.
umm..i have a suggestion... maybe there was a program in the player that wasnt meant to be deleted and WAS deleted by accident - maybe u should check if there is anything missing in your player other than the music that was lost.
Im not sure this'll work but its just a check to make sure thing! bye