Question about SanDisk Sansa e130 MP3 Player
One day I turned my mp3 player on and it displayed a message saying that i should delete 4MB of music for a system file. I promptly went to my pc and when i connected could not access the player using explorer or my computer or even dos prompt to view the files or delete them. The message seen in the subject box appeared on the screen everytime i tried to access the player. Is there a fix for this?
Well, bad news for me. I had the same problem and could not access the e130 from my computer at all so I never got to the Format fix. I called SanDisk and after spending 30 minutes with a tech trying different things, they decided to replace my e130 with a newer version. This sort of sucks 'cause I got the e130 b/c of the SD slot and the newer model - I can't remember which one, apparently does not have an SD slot. At least I'll have another mp3...
Posted on May 16, 2007
The solution aforementioned is great, but trying to format the device still doesn't do it. The Devise is either read as unacessible, or the device needs to be inserted. Is there another way? Cheers (",)
Posted on Feb 08, 2007
Got to my computer on your desktop and right click on it. Go to manage select disk management, select your player and then format it. Then reinstall software.
Posted on Jun 06, 2006
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