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How do you refresh database?

I am a new owner of san disk sansa e250. I've put the micro SD card in it and now everytime I turn the player on a message appears saying refresh database. How do I do that? Thank you for your answers.

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This just means that the player is refreshing the songs on the list, it does not mean that you have to do anything.

Posted on Apr 16, 2007

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Refreshing database - Everytime


It's only reading the data on the micro sd, it just has to have that little time to do that, even if there is hardly anything on the sd, it still needs to check it out, just like it does with its own drive. Don't seat it, if you don't like it see if you can put the data onto the main drive of your sansa.

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This may not work for everyone - but try inserting a TransFlash (also called Micro SD)card in the microSD slot, and power on. It may then correctly refresh its database. It worked in my case, with firmware ver11.

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