05-12-2011 04:43 PM
See this thread.
In particular, message #9 (Number 9? . . . number 9? . . . nuummmbber 9! . . . sorry, Woodstock flashback) which is marked as the solution.
06-12-2011 07:17 AM
Hi everyone.How can i get the player to jump from one folder to the next after the last song has been played in folder mode.It just keeps looping through the same folder where i would like it to move onto the next folder.
06-12-2011 09:43 AM - edited 06-12-2011 09:53 AM
After you select the "folders" option, choose either internal or external memory (if you have a card inserted), then there are two options -- "play all" and "music". Press "play all" to listen to all the music in the internal or external memory. When the first song is playing look at the numbers below the title. It should look something like 1/250 where the 250 is the total number of songs in the memory.
You can also just do this for all the subfolders that are placed in one folder, such as an artist folder. Just go to the artist folder and after you select that, select "play all" instead of one of the albums.
If you want to listen to an album that is further down the list, do what I posted above, then pause the first song that is playing, then press the bottom part of the scrollwheel, select "back to music list", and then scroll down to the song that you want to listen to and select that. The fuze should continue to play all the songs in all the subfolders from that song on.
06-13-2011 08:41 AM
07-18-2011 07:28 PM
I need help. I cannot get the updater to work so I tried the manual update, but the unzipped files will not go into the sansa fuze file. I get the red circle with the slash mark. I have only had this a month and it is not working. It freezes and now it just jumps from on file to the other continuously. (audiobooks.) Please help
07-18-2011 07:43 PM
Go to Settings/System Settings/USB Mode and change it to MSC. Then try dragging and dropping FuzeA.bin onto the Sansa Fuze drive.
You can also call 1-800-SANDISK for real tech support.
Did those audiobooks play before? Because jumping from file to file is often a sign that the Fuze can't read the file type,
Another thing: Albums ripped on a Mac often include a subfolder called MACOX with files named _.01.Track01.mp3. Those are finder files for the Mac operating system and they are not real mp3 files--if you look at them on your computer you will see they are 0kb. Leave them on your computer if you want, but delete them from the Fuze. They're useless. The Fuze shows them, because they say they are mp3s, but zooms through them because they are 0kb.