Windows 7 Prof 32 bit
Music on Internal ‘D’ drive in PC
Music on External ‘M’ drive
Playlists were created in WMP and are sitting on ‘D’
since I have so much music (mostly late night talk radio show) I have been moving the MP3 files to an External 500GB hard drive to make room on my PCs internal hard drive. I take the 4 separate MP3 files (4 files per show) and create a Playlist in WMP12 (extension .wmp)
I can (and have always been able to) sync these playlists to my Sansa Clip. However, I cannot sync any playlists IF the MP3s have been moved to the External drive. I get an error (red x beside the individual MP3 files).
I can PLAY the MP3s in WMP 12 that are on the external hard drive by either right-clicking on the indidvidual MP3 file and choosing PLAY, or through WMP by choosing the Playlist itself. Playlist on ‘D’, Music on ‘M’ - I can listen.
But this is not good IF I can’t sync to my Sansa Clip anymore. I found one old thread were the OP had a problem like I’m having, but the only answer was to change the playlist file to a M3U extension playlist. And I have no idea if that worked or even HOW to do that.