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Re: sansa m230 problems
Do you use Napster by any chance? Some music services actually remove songs after the subscription expires, or if you haven't synced your Sansa to that service within 30 days. Convert all songs to mp3 format, and you will not have that format.
Also, your DB could have become corrupt. A firmware upgrade usually resolves it.
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Try reflashing the firmware for your device you can find the latest firmware and flashing utilities from the manufacturer?s website. Make sure that you back your music up first because when you do this you are setting it back to factory settings. Then add music this way and see if it is works: 1. Free a USB port on your desktop computer. Now, grab the USB cable for your SanDisk Sansa MP3 player and connect the player to your computer. 2. Wait for your computer to find and recognize the player. This may take a few moments. Once you receive a confirmation message, open your computer and scan the icons for the SanDisk MP3 player. 3. Open the SanDisk Sansa MP3 player on your computer. The music files that you currently have saved to the player?s memory are displayed. 4. Open a folder containing music files that is stored in your desktop computer?s memory. Scan the files for songs that you want to transfer to the SanDisk Sansa MP3 player. 5. Left-click on a song file and drag to the SanDisk Sansa window. Drop the file and let your computer complete the transfer. The transferred file appears at the bottom of your music list. 6. Unplug your SanDisk Sansa player from your computer. Turn the player on and allow the file transfer to update to the internal memory of the MP3 player.
itunes is protective of it songs so i don,t no about that but i have a sansa m240 on the player hit the menu Button its the shall one on the top till it turns on then let go and press it again scroll down to settings press the white Button below the play Button. scroll down to usb then select auto detect plug in the player to your pc
you can transfer them yourself or use windows media player 11 to transfer them yourself right click on the music go down copy click go to my computer or computer in start menu select sansa m230 select tcnando hit ctrl v on the key board to transfer the the files
to use windows media player 11 open windows media player 11 plug in player to pc a window should pop up follow the instructions than click on the sync tab you should see the sansa click and drag the music from the left hand side to your players sync list on the left and click start sync . I hope i could help
change the settings of the player to MSC and connect the device to your computer. It will be detected as a removal disc drive. Open it and it should contain the folders in your player. IF you can only see a few folders. Click on Tools-Folder Option - Show hidden files and folders. Then you should see the folders that you have. Right click on the song and choose delete.
i had a similar problem with my mp3 player because i had put songs on it from a different computer. i had to go back to that other computer and sync it up to media player to be able to see the files and remove them.