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Undoing Formating I accidently hit format on my Sansa Sandisk Red 4GB MPe palyer and I want to unformat it i guess you can say so I can use it with my radio.

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  • Anonymous Oct 11, 2008

    hi. My sansa player has got into its recovery mode. Whenever I switch it on it is displaying the message "loading main image failed , Switch to recovery mode". I've even tried your recovery mode software but went in vain. Please help me to get out of this problem......plz......

  • lucky95_cse Oct 11, 2008

    hi. My sansa player has got into its recovery mode. Whenever I switch
    it on it is displaying the message "loading main image failed , Switch
    to recovery mode". I've even tried your recovery mode software but went
    in vain. Please help me to get out of this problem......plz......

    Whenever I put on the hold button and try to on it, it is showing
    "Welcome to recovery mode". "USB cable connected. Enter USB 2.0 MSD
    mode "

    Tell me how to proceed further....plz.....

  • camilii Oct 13, 2008

    bang it against something?

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Dude all you have to do is bang it aganst something press on button wait for awhile then wa la

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I have sansa e260v2 player.wat type of video is supported by the player.


AVI, MPEG-1/MPEG-2 in MPEG, MPG, MPE/VOB (unprotected), MPEG-4 in AVI format, DAT, ASF, QuickTime MOV (QuickTime 6.5 or higher required), WMV (Windows Media Player 9 or 10.0 required)

Mar 08, 2011 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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What video formats work?


1. Use Sansa Media Converter for making suitable videos.
2. AVI, MPEG-1 & MPEG-2 in MPEG, MPG, MPE or VOB
(unprotected) formats. MPEG-4 in AVI format, DAT, ASF, QuickTime MOV, and WMV should work, remember using the Sansa converter.

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support for e200 series and e200 series manual .

Sep 09, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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I bought a 4gb Sanadisk microSDHC card for my Sansa c250 and Media player is not reading the card?


You must find the Sansa c250 menu that allows you to format the microSDHC card for use with media player.  Most microSDHC  cards are shipped unformatted.  It is a new technology and there is no standard format for microSDHC cards as they are used to store many types of data.  My cell phone uses one to store music, video,and photos, so the phone's manufacturer included a format command choice in the appropriate "phone memory" menu.  Look for the microSDHC card in a "memory" menu. Follow the prompts to format the card.  This only works on a NEW card.  If you format a used card, ALL data will be lost.  Formatting a card or a hard disk effectively prepares the memory to be written on, erasing any data previously written on it.

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Unformatting


yOU CAN'T UNFORMAT, BUT YOU CAN REFORMAT DIRECTLY FROM THE PLAYER

To format the player directly, follow these steps:
1. Press the Home button to return to the Main Menu.
2. Select Settings from the Main Menu.
3. Select System Settings.
4. Scroll down to Format and select it.
5. Select Yes to start formatting.

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PROBLEME OF MEMORY.


My Sandisk Sansa m240 lost all the songs and then I could not delete them. I was able to laod up new songs, but there was no spare memory. I was able to fix this issue by re-formating.

Using windows explorer right click on the "Sandisk sansa M240" and click "format".

Now working OK.

Feb 20, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Nothing will show up ...


first connect your player and after windows has found it open your 'my computer' folder. if you see the player listed as a drive, right click on it and then click format. You will lose all data/songs but you can always reload them later from your music library. Make sure you use FAT format if windows gives you the option. after format is complete, disconnect the player and it should reboot. After that, you may need to go to the sandisk website and upgrade the firmware. Don't try reformatting from the website. it never seems to work.

Jul 23, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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OPPERATION


Try formating it via the computer.

May 03, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Plzzz help=i formatted by accident now it wont...


i guess that you have to reformat it into FAT32 file system using the disk manager in windows (if you're using windows). select my computer using the right key of your mouse, select MANAGEMENT. then select the sub-menu DISK MANAGER. you'll see two logically connected partitions (Sansa_e250 & another partition that is the system partition). try formating the Sansa_e250 partition into FAT32 insted of the default FAT file system!! that helped me after a bug (sansa didn't let me delete songs from is root/music) hope that helps.. p.s. that actually worked for Sansa_c240 p.s.2 if you're a linux user try fdisk (login as root)

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