New songs will not appear, deleted songs won't go away.
This has happened more than once...
Today I downloaded about 20 new mp3s (I put them in my SanDisk's folders correctly), and got rid of about 20. When I unplugged the device, none of the new songs appeared and all of the old songs were still there and had the 'Bad Track' label.
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dude hook it up to your computer right click view what windows says is your space IS IT FULL OR CLOSE ?yes, delete some songs/mp3s no its probably junk or you can try to format via windows and the right click thing and put on some new mp3s you may of possibly downloaded a corrupted mp3 to the device
use itunes to put the songs on your ipod it freely downloadable at the apple website at
Once installed it will ask you if you want to put any mp3s on itunes once they are there you can then drag songs onto your ipod once connected by your usb cable. Or use ipod panel to synch songs from there.
You should be able to hook your mp3 player up to your computer with the USB cable. This will allow you to browser the directory where the songs are and delete or add new songs. Your mp3 player will appear in your computer as a removable disk. The songs that you put on your mp3 player need to be in mp3 or wma format. I also found the instruction manual for your product in pdf format. http://www.gpx.com/shop_ind.php?id=%20%20344#
windows media dont surrport mp3 u cant play mp3s but thats it. when u plug in the usb from ur mp3 player it should pop up new hardware found in the right bottom corner double click on that i should open up the mp3 folder after tat just click and drag the music u want in to that folder and ur on your way. please rank
in order to help you illl need more information, like what programs are you using to download and convert them into your mp3 player? i use rhapsody, because when i used to use windows media player it would give me the same problems you seem to be having.
P.s. my e250 screen is broken v.t it was the only thing holding my entire colection of kick ass songs, most of which are irreplaceable due to undownloadableness. i could kill myself
Someone else mentioned this problem....I thought it might be that some files have different artist names (or vice versa?). You really have to keep a clean library with proper summary fileds (artist, title, track number, etc.).
First of all, you should always be using MTP mode (USB mode in Sansa player settings). MTC mode is problematic.
Are you using WMA or mp3 files? The other person had the same problem using WMA files....maybe using mp3s would fix this.