Question about SanDisk Sansa m200 (2 GB) MP3 Player

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My MP3 player will come on, but you can't get to the menu to select any options. It hasn't been drop, it was working fine and then it wouldn't work.

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  • kiopeaches Jun 09, 2008

    My MP3is actually a 1.0GB and it get stuck on SANSA m240 1.0GB and really need to fix it.

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Damn Sansa piece of junk. 1 week, not mistreated at all and it just won't go past the menu screen. Now I find that everyone else has the same problem. I think the best solution would be to collect them all for the purposes of a Mass enema for the Sansa president.

Posted on May 25, 2007

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I got stuck with the same lemon. It goes to the sansa page and sticks and i have to take the battery out to get it to shut down. Purchased: Christmas, Dead after excellent care: 3.5 months.

Posted on May 03, 2007

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Does anyone know how to go about taking advantage of the 1 year warranty? Mine turns on fine, but gets stuck on the screen with the sansa logo, when I plug it into a computer it does not even recognize it as a drive. I want to retutn it because I think it may be fried or something.

Posted on Apr 26, 2007

  • Candace Reinhardt Apr 26, 2007

    Does anybody know the steps in order to take advantage of the 1 year warranty. I've had my player for a few months and it turns on fine, but it gets stuck on the screen with the sansa logo and I can't get into my music files and I have to remove the battery in order to turn the player off. Please let me know if anybody actually returned their player for a new one or their money back.

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My MP3is actually a 1.0GB and it get stuck on SANSA m240 1.0GB and really need to fix it is there anyway i can fix it with out taking it bac to the shaop

Posted on Jan 09, 2007

No i have'nt found a solution yet

Posted on Jan 09, 2007

Hi lilsweetie did u figure out the problem and how to fix it my daughters did the same thing let me no thanks thequeen818@sbcglobal.net

Posted on Jan 08, 2007

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