Alright i got this 2 gig sansa e250 mp3 player a few weeks ago and its been working fine for a while. but it started saying a lot of my tracks from windows media player were bad but they worked fine the day before. on top of that, i just got a napster account and it had a lot of other songs i wanted, but after about 2 days they decided to say sync to continue music subscription. some one told me to erase and recopy the songs and when i did, they worked for another 2 days and i changed a song and it said the same thing. what does that mean, and do i need a new mp3 or a better mp3 download site?
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The Sansa player can hook up to a computer in two different modes. Through normal use it can switch modes on it's own, although rare it can happen. Now stuff added in one mode can not be seen in the other mode and you can not delete the files. So you have MSC mode which means Mass storage class and is the best mode to use. Then MTP mode means Media transfer protocol, you have to use this mode if you use Napster and such to download MP3's with protected content (DRM) you have to set the player to one mode or the other, to see the files and delete the files you want to delete or to find the missing room. MSC makes your player look like a thumb drive, and is easy to use. If you need any more info go to SanDisk.com/support.
According to what I've read, you can double the original memory, but no more than that, so the max you can have on a Sansa e250 would be 4 GB (2GB internal memory and 2GB external memory). I also read that the micro SD cards holds
music only-no video.
I treat my Sansa like a disk drive and simply transfer the files from my hard drive to the Sansa via Explorer. The tracks purchased from Napster can be downloaded to your hard drive. Then I exit Napster and use Windows Explorer to simply transfer the data. Works great for me for the past month!
go to www.download.com and search for a program called Unlocker 1.8.5 it's free...
after installation, right click the file to unlock the file and it should be fixed to delete...
I was on here cuase my unit froze...