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System is not searching the player

When i add the sandisk 1GB mp3 player in my computer the connected display comes in the player but my system does search any USB removal disk.I hav tried in many differrent ways...such as during reinstallation of the new XP in system...dat time also my system does search any external memory connected in systemOne more problem ..after charging the player my player does start.It shows once starting display "Sandisk" on LCD screen n then it get shut off...Please suggest me the solution.

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Ok.i have the solution for you...go to CONTROL PANEL after to DEVICE MANAGER but keep your device conected ,,it will detect your device like herror just delete it and desconect your device and conect it again and follow the steps..good luck.

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Use SanDisk MP3 Players
SanDisk is an electronic device manufacturer that creates various types of MP3 players under the SanDisk Sansa product line.
The SanDisk MP3 players range in storage capacity, starting at 512mb, and are intended to operate on the Windows operating system.
Most SanDisk MP3 players also include a built-in video player with a color screen, an FM radio tuner, and a memory flash card slot to expand the MP3 player's storage capacity.
Use SanDisk MP3 players to take your computer's MP3 library with you and listen to music wherever you go.

1. Verify that your computer meets the operating specifications required to sync the SanDisk MP3 player with the PC.
All SanDisk MP3 players require Windows XP or later; Windows Media Player; and a USB 1.0 port. A USB 2.0 is important if you want high-speed music syncing.
2, Check that the SanDisk MP3 player has a full battery charge.
All SanDisk MP3 players have a rechargeable lithium ion battery, and some SanDisk devices have a replaceable battery.
The battery icon on the top right-hand side of the SanDisk MP3 player's screen displays the current status of the battery's charge.
If the battery is low, recharge it before using the SanDisk player for the first time.
To charge, connect the player to your computer's powered USB port using the included USB cable.
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3. To turn on the SanDisk MP3 player for the first time, unlock the "hold" switch on the top of the MP3 player by sliding it so that the orange tab does not appear.
Then, press the "power button" once.
Wait for the SanDisk MP3 player to respond.
The thumbweel of the player will flash a light and the screen will turn on to display the player's menu options.
Turn off the SanDisk player by holding down the player's power button for two seconds.
Wait for the screen to display "Goodbye" before releasing the button.
4. Practice resetting the SanDisk MP3 player to solve critical software errors and to fix the MP3 player if it freezes.
To reset the player, hold down the power button for fifteen seconds.
This resets the MP3 player to its original factory settings and can help resolve any problems you encounter while using the SanDisk MP3 player.
5. Connect the SanDisk MP3 player to your computer using the included USB cable.
Once the computer has sensed the connected device, the SanDisk player's screen will display "Connected" and the SanDisk Portable Media Player will be listed under Other in your computer's My Computer window.
6. Add music to the SanDisk MP3 player.
Double-click the Portable Media Player listed in the My Computer window.
Double-click the Music folder.
Select the MP3 files that you wish to load onto the MP3 player and drag them into the Music folder.
The player will load them into its internal memory and make them available for playback once the device is disconnected from the computer.
7. Sync your MP3 song playlists from Windows Media Player to the SanDisk MP3 player.
Create a playlist in Windows Media Player and connect the SanDisk MP3 player to your computer (see Step 5).
Once its connected, Windows will display a dialog box. In the box, click "Sync digital media files to this device."
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Dear sir i am using sansa express 1gb .its not working at all.when i switch on the player it shows "sansa" for 2 min ,then it disappears.after that i wnt be able to open it.but my computer is dtecting when...


There is online support for Sansa Express. When searching for Answers on the topic "express" it gives next list:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/list/kw/express/r_id/101834


Going to item 13 "Sansa player not recognized by the computer":
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/42

When the player is brand new, click on the link in the opened page in the page top or use next direct link:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/42#brandnew

Else follow up the instructions as described in item 13.

Sansa Express user guide

If more help is needed just post a comment.

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Reformat the player and try again. You can look at the tips and Tricks in my profile to find out how to format an mp3 player.
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