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I suggest that you reset the Player and try. If the issue persists, you may have to backup all the songs and perform format. Format will delete all the contents in the player and later you can transfer the required songs.
To reset, keep the player on and press the reset button near the strap hole. To format, please select Settings, Common settings and select format. NOTE: take a backup before formatting and also don't format using the computer
I just repeated the steps above on more than one computer until it finally connected and showed the songs, then I deleted everything, restarted it and voila` all the menu's showed up. Then the first thing I did was reset to factory settings. After that it worked perfectly. I don't really know what combination really fixed it, but I kept hitting the reset button, restarting while holding down the volume + key and the <loop> key until it eventually responded.
I HAVE TRANSCEND 610 (512MB). WHEN I CONNECT IT TO MY PC , ON THE TASK BAR ICON SHOW.BUT THE PROBLEM IS THAT I CAN NOT ACCESS IT. WHEN I TRY TO ACCESS IT THE PC IS GOING TO HANG.
KINDLY HELP ME WHAT TO DO.
Hmm well I don't know what to tell you about any of that since I am having problems myself with my own Sansa Mp3 player, but for the restarting song problem, did you check to make sure your mp3 player wasn't on repeat or hold? because if either of those operations were on then you would not be able to change the song with the skip button! Hope this helps!