03-25-2016 02:17 PM - edited 03-25-2016 02:20 PM
I have used this Sansa Clip Sport for over a 1 year with a 32gb micro sd card. Several issues for your help:
I recently update to the latest firmware (1.29). Other two issues that happen this week:
Can someone help!!!
03-25-2016 02:52 PM - edited 03-25-2016 02:53 PM
While the player is turned Off, try ejecting the SD card. Then turn the player On. Will the player act normal and recognize and play all the audio files in your internal memory?
IF YES, then maybe you need to check the SD card for file errors using Windows Drive Tool (Properties tab).
Maybe best to repair the SD card using a micro SD card holder inserted into the SD card slot in your computer.
03-25-2016 07:46 PM
I ejected the micro sd card, and the files saved on the internal drive are played properly on Sansa Clip Sport.
Then I used my micro sd card holder to read the micro sd card from my computer. All the files are fine and can be played from my computer. Does it mean that the card is fine?
So now what might be the reason that the micro sd card can't be read by Sansa Clip Sport? Thanks!
03-26-2016 04:47 AM - edited 03-26-2016 04:48 AM
1. Are you aware of the 2000 audio file limit (for internal memory and SD card memory) with FirmWare 1.27 and 1.29?
2 Maybe your MUSIC.LIB file is corrupted? You should always use the Eject Command to allow the Clip Sport to properly compile the MUSIC.LIB file after each audio file copying session. If nothing seems to make this work. Try deleting the MUSIC.LIB file from your SD card.
03-28-2016 10:16 AM
SOME Sandisk players have SOME issues with SOME cards that are faster than class 4. Personally, as far as I am aware, I have not had this issue, and other users have reported similarly--it seems to be user/equipment specific.
03-28-2016 08:08 PM
Where can I find the MUSIC.LIB file? I don't see it on the card. Thanks.
03-28-2016 08:11 PM
Thanks for your feedback. The card is 32 GB micro SD class 4. The card has been working fine with Clip Sport until last week.
03-29-2016 05:12 AM
Here is a screen shot of my SD card directory. Do you have these files on your SD Card?
Maybe you could think about backing up all the audio files on your SD card and then reformatting the card?
Then when you insert the card into the player and turn it on, the player should automatically create all the required default folders and files. Then you can copy audio files back into the card.
03-29-2016 08:34 AM
You might to need to turn on "Show hidden files & folders" in your Windows Explorer Settings.