Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
MP3 Player Sansa SanDisk 4GB
See if it is recognized when you plug it into your computer. if it is recognized, then it you should be able to right click on its icon in My Computer, and reformat it. If you don't know how to reformat it, then wait until it turns itself on, and have the HOLD icon on, and press and hold the RECORD button on the side. After about 2 to 5 seconds, it should come to a screen that says its in recovery mode, and make sure that you have the USB setting set to MSC, not MTP. if this is all in place, you should be able to plug it into your computer and wait for it to tell you when to unplug it and it should reset all your settings. Good Luck! I hope it works. If not, then contact sandisk technical support at 1(866) SAN.DISK. They might be able to replace it if you haven't taken it apart.
Posted on Jan 23, 2007
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