Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I use my player to record songs that I write. Very useful, since I write all the time. I screwed up bad. I was hooking up a subwoofer in my ride and used the e260 to test it. The player was hooked up already and I shorted one of the RCA wires positive terminal to the negative when I was inserting it. The player turned off. It will turn back on but with nothing on the screen and it will not turn off manually. I tried hooking it up to my pc and it will not recognize it. You can smell that something has burned also.
I am feaking out here. Is it possible there is chip where this info could still be ok ?
Please say yes !
Try this :
01. Sansa player freezes on the “Refreshing Database” screen STEP 1 – Reset the device
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Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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