Sansa Fuze silver 8GB, about half full, all with music (mostly mp3s, a few wma’s). Today I put a new playlist on my Fuze, and one replacement file for one file that was just inferior on another album (I have everything arranged by album). When I finally get around to listening to the playlist, nothing is playing. When I hit the skip button, the player froze. I reset it, and the player’s already on the second track, which also isn’t playing. Repeat once more, with the third track. Obviously I wasn’t going to be listening to that album, so I went to another album - the one with the replaced file. Once I get to said file, it plays for 11 seconds, then stops working, and I have the same problem as with the other playlist, except I know the rest of the files on this album are functional because they’ve been there for a while and I’ve listened to them countless times.
I delete the playlist, and the album the single rogue file was on (for shortness sake I’ll just call it Master Of Puppets from here on). I do that without issue, but I try to restore Master Of Puppets to the Fuze. No luck. I’m syncing using Windows Media Player, by the way. Never been a problem for me before. I’ve tried about 4 times, and the same result - the first file gets to 100% synced, and then it does nothing. The program doesn’t freeze, the sync just stops (not officially, it still says its syncing, until I stop it myself).
Then, as a bonus, I check back into the files on my Fuze (disconnecting and manually looking around), and I find that the playlist I had deleted (not MoP) is still there, and when I click on it, the first three tracks… the ones I had attempted to play… are all replaced by the title of the single rogue file, and still don’t play.
So, um… resolutions plz??