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Re: sansa mp3 player
If the player is in MTP/Autodetect you can just unplug the player from the computer. You can check this by going to the My Computer window and see if the player is listed and if it has a drive letter before it, if it dont have a drive letter then it means the player is in MTP/Autodetect you can just unplug the player from the computer.
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Albums that have been put on the player in Windows Media Player in MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) mode can be viewed in the Microsoft Media Player.
Hidden music can be viewed in MSC mode when switching the player into this mode, viewing the player as a removable disk. Warning: when switching the player into MSC mode be sure to go through safely remove hardware, the icon in the right corner of the computer's screen.
How to switch to MSC mode, have a view in the manual. Select your version player online from the support page: http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/4487/session/L3NpZC9zc25DSURWag%3D%3D/sno/0#c200
Once your MP3 player is connected to the computer, open Windows Media Player. Click on the "Sync Music" tab. Drag songs that you want from your Windows Media Library over to the "Sync Music" column to create a playlist. Click the "Begin Sync" tab at the bottom once you have all of the songs on your playlist. This action will sync all of the songs to your MP3 player with one click. Disconnect your device once songs have been transferred by clicking on the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon in the bottom-right side of the desktop tray.
Press and hold the RECORD button while connecting to PC.
Let go of RECORD button when you see Welcome to Recovery Mode on the player's LCD.
You are now connected in, you guessed it, Recovery Mode. Open My Computer and you will find a new removable flash drive labeled, 16MB-FORMAT.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FORMAT THE 16MB-FORMAT VOLUME!!!
Open the 16MB-FORMAT volume in My Computer and create a new folder on the drive in its root directory. Name the folder sansa.fmt, use the Safely Remove Hardware icon in the system tray, and disconnect the player from the PC. The player should now format itself. If all goes well the format will be successful. If not, I suspect you might have a defective internal memory module. If it is defective, you can replace it with one from another v1 or Rhapsody model unit. You can often find defective players on eBay for parts. The memory module from the e250, e260, e270, or e280 will work just so long as its from a v1 or R model.
Hi have you still got the software that came with it if so then try reinstalling this but if that dont help the problem then you might need to put the device in recovery mode and donwnload the latest firmware
"Safely remove hardware" is a normal function of Windows - it allows you to disconnect your Mp3 player without messing it up (unplugging any mp3 player while it is still "thinking" is the number one reason for mp3 player failure - always be patient with mp3 players, and try to always use the Safely Remove Hardware feature of Windows).
To those that are having problems with the MP3 player not being
recognized. With Windows XP there is a little Icon on your Systems Tray
that is called the "Safely Remove Harware Icon". Not using this Icon
when unpluging MP3''s or zip drives can cause your PC to no longer
recognize it. Toshiba Satellite laptops are known for this, others
probably have the same problem. The solution here is to install the
latest update of the ACPI Flash Bios for the Toshiba Satellite
computer. Maybe this is also the problem with other PCs. To prevent
these problems allways click on the Safely Remove Hardware icon before
removing the MP3 player or any USB flash drive 1 With your m240 set to MSC and connected, go to "My Computer" and
"right click" on the "Sansa m240" icon and select "Properties" 2 In that window, select the "Hardware" tab 4. In that "All Disk Drives" window, highlight the "Sansa m240" drive and select "Properties" (at the bottom) 5. In that window, select "Policies" 6. And there, set it to " Optimize for Quick Removal" and click OK and OK again
anything that comnnects via usb as a portable device will be in the taskbar somehere normally a little grey icon with a green arrow above it, right click it and select the remove hardware device you need to remove.