Sansa Model 360 (4 GB) - Won't start up nor' connect to the PC.
I have had a Sansa for only two months and it worked perfectly, but when I added only two videos; my music had errors. I did format it, but it seems it didn't work, and then I applied the firmwire update.
Now whenever I connect it to the computer; it doesn't load up. When I disconnect it and start it back up, it just shows the Sandisk sign.
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make sure the cpu has secure dust free connection and thermal grease you might need to replace the psu if you have added any extra devices to your computer you might need more power voltage or it might be faulty
also check all leads from motherboard to hard drive for secure dust free connections and ram modules cmos battery for dust free secure connections
Sansa Connect No-Wifi Recovery Tool Make sure your Sansa Connect player is charged and the HOLD switch is in the unlocked position. Press and hold the power button for 20 seconds, then release it. This will force the Sansa connect player to reset and restart.
If your player still will not start after trying the reset, you may need to run the Sansa Connect Recovery application.
With a copy of the Sansa Connect Recovery application installed on a PC, you can connect your to the device via the USB cable to the PC, and restore the device software to an uncorrupted state.
However, all of your subscription settings and content will be removed from the device.
STEP 1 - Download and install the recovery tool. STEP 2 - Put your Sansa Connect player in Recovery Mode 1. Press and hold the Power button for approximately 8 seconds to turn off the player. 2. While holding down the Right button, and Volume Up Button, press-and-release the Power button. Keep holding the Right and Volume Up button. After a few seconds, the player will start and a Recovery Needed message will on the player's screen. 3. Connect the player to a PC. 4. A SanDisk Device Recovery dialog box will appear on your PC. Choose Recover Sansa Device and click OK. 5. Follow the steps in the SanDisk Device Recovery application.Hope this will help you.
Offhand, the message indicates that the Sansa is requesting that the internal storage be reformatted using the PC. This would require that the Fuze be connected to the PC through USB. Thereafter, the computer would recognize it as an external storage device. Steps required to format:
connect Sansa Fuse to USB of PC;
double click on "My Computer";
it would show probable as an "E";
right click on the "E" and click on "Format...";
a new window will pop up;
under the "File system" pls select FAT or FAT 32;
verify that "Quick Format" is un-checked;
click on Start button.
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I read somewhere that a 4 GB Micro SD card is the largest you can put in the SanDisk Sansa E260 expansion slot. It's maximum capacity is 8 GB, with internal + external memory put together. This is from what I've read. Hope this helps.
Well depending on when you were trying they may have passed but the amount of information that was trying to run through your internet may not have been able to go through so in turn that may be the cause is your internet, if that is not the case and you have restarted the modem and everything I would call 1 800 4 MY XBOX and get some help with the xbox live they are very helpful.
If your Sansa Connect won’t start check to make sure the device is charged and the hold switch is in the unlocked position. If the device still will not start, you may need to run the Sansa Device Recovery application. With a copy of the Sansa Device Recovery application installed on a PC, you can connect your to the device via the USB cable to the PC, and restore the device software to an uncorrupted state. However, all of your subscription settings and content will be removed from the device. http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1532
Thats probably the best idea to erase everything and start anew.
You can format the device in My Computer>Device Name (e250)>Right Click on it and select Format.
This will erase everything on your device.
If you are getting Bad Track from just a few songs, just delete them as they may be corrupt.
Also, you need to keep some free space on the device to create the database. Keep at least 6MB free for every GB.
Best of Luck.