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Refreshing database - Everytime

Hello there, I've just bought a 1gb micro sd card and everything works great. Except the fact that everytime I turn my SANSA e200 on, it has to refresh the database. Why is that happening? Does anyone knows? Thanks!

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Turn the usb format, that's it...............

Posted on Apr 27, 2007

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There nothing wrong its jsut the way the mp3 player refreshes the play lists mine does it too

Posted on Feb 10, 2007

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I had the same problem but with it's own drive. I later found out that i didn't have enough memory for my mp3 player to make a database. maybe the same is true for your sd card. I had to have atleast 6 mbs of free memory. make sure your sd card is not all the way full. Hope fully that will fix your problem.

Posted on Apr 03, 2007

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