I recently filled up my Fuze’s internal memory, then found some more music I wanted on it, so decided to put it on my “external memory”, I saw the folders:
(I think these were created when I formatted it…before the last firmware update I filled up the internal memory, and everything ended up corrupted, so I reformatted it all and started over, being careful to leave some space on both internal and external memories)
…but no music folder. In the past, I’ve tried to create a “music” folder in the root of the external memory, but the Fuze ends up renaming it “New Folder” or something like that, then screws up the name of anything inside it (not the MP3 tags, just the names as they appear in WinXP).
So last night, I tried to copy the music to the “MSC” folder. I created a parent folder (“Camel”…the groups name), then inside that I copied the album:
“1975 - The Snow Goose [Remastered 2002]”
…however, when I looked tonight, it renamed that subfolder to the cryptic:
D50F0000_1975 - The Snow Goose [Remas
(with the last few letters cut off). What am I doing wrong? Was the folder name simply too long?
I noticed it did the same to an audio book I copied over:
“E10E0000_4. So Long and Thanks for al”
(as opposed to what was copied: “4. So Long and Thanks for all the Fish”)
…I can understand if the names were too long (in fact, I’m experimenting now with shorter names)…but why no “music” folder? And also (and this is being really **bleep**, I know) why they mix of UPPERCASE and lowercase folders when formatting? The Internal memory labels the folders properly.
4.0 GB Sansa Fuze
4.0 GB microSD