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my brother has one also i am not sure why you may have put to much music

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Aug 09, 2009


Check if they are the right kind of file.they might be an AAC,if your files are "Example.MP3" then u should try formatting it and putting the songs again.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jul 26, 2009


http://www.sandisk.com Visit the website and from download section choose th required device and you will have it.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jul 12, 2009


Try downloading the utility for your device from http://www.sandisk.com .

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jul 12, 2009


If you only have one song, you can try to reset it. This will reset all the software on your device. If this doesn't work you can try consulting customer service.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jun 24, 2009


go to www.sansa.com click on support and choose your model. Find which question pertains to you and there should be several solutions for you to try.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on May 28, 2009


I have a dffierent mp3 player Colby with a usb and I had the same problem. Try deleting the songs from the device itself. If you go into folder view if you havet hat option and choose the song it says to play or delet, at least that is what mine says. It may take awhile to do it one song at a time, but you should have the option of deleting the songs from the actual mp3 player.

I also had minenot show up, mine was do to deleting some of the software off of the player to make more room for songs. I never used podcasts and other files that came on it, so after I deleted them my songs stopped showing up. I just copy the songs to my mp3 player now, and delete them one by one. Hope this helps you.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on May 26, 2009


There is quite possibly a problem with the USB cable or the USB port on the computer, but try this shortcut force to force the computer to recognize the Mp3 player: Try this: disconnect the player from the computer, turn it off, hold in the volume + button, and reconnect the player to the computer while holding the volume + button in. Keep holding the volume + button for an additional 5-50 seconds. Windows should eventually go into recovery mode and revive the player- it will pop up a window that says Found New Hardware Wizard

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on May 18, 2009


Windows Media Player is the correct program.
The problem is with the songs themselves - the manual says it recognizes WMA's, but most WMA's have a DRM license on them that restricts what kind of mp3 player they will work with (if at all, and they expire over time).
Only download songs in mp3 format, and the songs will work - and they won't give you problems down the line.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on May 17, 2009


Make sure you plugged into a usb port on the computer, NOT the hub. It needs the power.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on May 17, 2009


Make sure your MP3 player is connected to the computer, if for some reason it does not want to sync, go to My computer, open the dialog that shows your mp3 folders. If there is a Music file open it the go to the file on your computer that has the MP3 music files and open up the file until you see the individual music folders. Click in the screen (not on any folders though) then press ctrl a which selects everything, then ctrl c which copies everything then click in the MP3 folder and press ctrl v which pastes everything to it. If you only want a few of the items in from your computer music file then choose the folder you want, right click on the folder the choose copy then click in the MP3 window and right click then choose paste. I have had the same problem with a few MP3 players but this should work.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on May 08, 2009


www.sandisk.com

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Apr 29, 2009


There's freeware online that you can download and use to convert the file format. I suggest using Maniac Tools (I believe it has the file conversion you are looking for, if not, it's easy enough to google search "freeware convert wma to mp3" and that should give you a few to look at); it's very easy to figure out and use after downloading.

Here's the link to the download:
http://www.maniactools.com/soft/m4a-to-mp3-converter/index.shtml

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Apr 17, 2009


i think u just hit whatever list ur on and there should be a "clear" option hit it

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Apr 14, 2009


Use the same version of windows that you used to put the songs on with to edit them.

eg: If you put them on your player with vista, you wont see them in XP.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Apr 06, 2009


I've worked mine out.
When I put the songs on my MP3 I used Vista, I then changed to an XP install and this is when I couldn't see the songs on my MP3 player.
When I went back to my Vista install I could see and edit the songs.
Now I have cleaerd it I can go back to my XP install and use it as normal again.
Basically you need to use the same version of windows you put the songs on with to edit them.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Apr 06, 2009

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