Most of the time (probably 9 out of 10 times) that I try to drag & drop a file into my Clip, I get the message “The SanDisk Sansa Clip is busy.” This occurs on the first time I try to D&D a file (so there is no previous action for it to be busy with), or after a successful D&D (which is fairly rare). I’ve tried disconnecting the Clip, shutting it off and reconnecting, I’ve tried re-formatting, everything I can think of. Right now there is absolutly nothing on my Clip and I can’t seem to get anything to go on it. I don’t use Windows Media Player becauase it crashes every time I try. I have managed to occasionally get something on the player, but it won’t go on as playlists, I can’t seem to move entire folders onto the Clip (such as entire albums or audiobooks), and when I try to move an entire audio book onto it it seems to only take a few chapters and then back to the “Busy” signal. I tried installing the latest firmware, thinking it would correct whatever bug is there, but it came up with (you guessed it) the “Busy” message.
What do I do? This shouldn’t be that complicated. Dragging & dropping onto the clip should be the easiest thing in the world.