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I can't recharge battery by computer

I have SanDisk Fuze. My Windows is XP. But computer don't recognize my mp3

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The most common problem is that you might not have the most current Windows Media Player. Also make sure that you have SP2 installed for Windows XP.
You can go the following site for additional help.
http://www.sansa.com/support/sansa_fuze/faqs

Posted on Dec 06, 2008

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My sansa clip is frozen on the blue flower


One issue that people experience with the Sansa Fuze player is that the screen turns white when they are trying to use it. If you experience this common Sansa Fuze MP3 player repair issue, you need to reset your player. Hold down the "Play" and "Power" buttons for about 20 seconds. The player should automatically reset.
MP3 Player Freezes

Another issue is that the player freezes. You may see lights on the player, but it won't do anything. Follow the below steps to correct this issue:

1. Use the above steps to perform a hard reset.

2. Turn the player back on, and slide the "Power" button upward.

3. Use the USB cord that came with your player, and connect it to your computer. Only connect your player directly to the computer. Don't connect it to a USB hub.

4. See if your computer recognizes that a device was connected to it. Or, look in "Devices and Printers" folder, and see if the device shows up in it.

If your device doesn't reset, and the computer doesn't recognize it, contact SanDisk for additional assistance. Or, you can attempt to repair the device yourself.
Repairing Internal Components

If your Sansa Fuze player is out of warranty, you can attempt to repair internal components. This is an "enter at your own risk" solution, but you may be able to fix the issue. If it doesn't work, or if you damage another component, you will most likely need to get a new player.

1. Shut off the device.

2. If you don't have one, purchase a case opener tool. This is a tool with an extremely small head that is used specifically for opening up small devices.

3. Place the head of the tool in the seam of the device, and rise up the faceplate. Do not do this forcibly, or you'll break the ribbon cable connected to it.

4. Remove the ribbon cable from the faceplate.

5. Examine the battery cable. If this connection is loose, your Fuze player won't turn on. Plug the connection firmly into the port.

6. Check the LCD screen connection. A loose connection here means that you can't see anything on your screen. Disconnect the cable from the port, and reconnect it.

7. Reattach the cable to the faceplate, and reattach the faceplate. Turn the device back on.

These Sansa Fuze MP3 player repair suggestions may not fix all issues. If your player is still not working properly, either take it back to the place where you bought it, or contact SanDisk for additional help.

References

Fixya.com, http://www.fixya.com/support/t4267400-sandisk_fuze_4gb_locked_lights_will_not

SanDisk, http://www.sandisk.com/products/sansa-music-and-video-players/sandisk-sansa-fuze

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My computer does not recognize Sansa Fuze


Hi there,

On your computer, Go to Windows Task Manager or Control Panel. Find the Device Manager. There should be a list called Plug-N-Play Devices.

Find the one that should have the driver details of your SanDisk Sansa Fuze Digital Media Player.
Right click on it and select Uninstall.

Now plug in your MP3 Player again to the computer. This time your computer should detect that your MP3 player is connected and will install the drivers for the MP3 player again.

Hope I was of assistance to you,

Cheers :)

Apr 22, 2010 | SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player

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My computer can't recognize my sansa fuze player... plz help me..


The Fuzeplayer must NOT be connected to the computer before you install the software.
If this has happpened, you will need to remove the Fuse driver in Device Manager. (Inst for XP)
Go to My Computer->Right click and select Properties. In properties, select hardware and Device Manager.
With Device Manager open, plug in the Sansa Fuse player. Find the new driver that popped in.
(You can do and undo this several times until you are certain you have the right one.)
Right click the fuze driver and select 'Remove'.
Close all windows you opened.
Unplug the fuze player and do not connect it until the driver is reinstalled with the driver disk. When the software asks, plug it back in.
That should solve it.
Unsure? ask a knowledgable friend to help.

Mar 21, 2010 | SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player

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My computer does not accept my sansa fuze what should I do


Hello,

There's a step by step support site for the Sansa Fuze getting
recognized on the computer, see:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/42

Main information support for the Fuze, with next link:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3249/session/L3NpZC94TjRwTCpQag%3D%3D/sno/0

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go into device manager in computer management and uninstall the sansa driver. Restart the computer and plug it in again

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My computer does not recognize my Sansa Fuze.


Windows XP Professional Edition causes problems for many mp3 players - it actually reformats the player in a way that one or the other computer cannot properly use it. I would reformat your mp3 player and start over froms cratch (or avoid the problem computer).

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"Not enough space for music DB. Please free 90MB"


What has happened is that when you connected the device to the computer if automatically downloaded everything on your media files thus filling up your MP3 player
You need to go in and delete the files you do not want. click the bottom part of the disk or dial and it will show a menu to delete FIRST,
you must let the battery run down(disconnect the cable and when the battery has discharged, you can plug it back in to recharge, then you can work with it to delete some of those files that are overloading you device This happened to me and this was the only way to unlock it when it locked up

Oct 29, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa Fuze MP3 Player

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Regarding sansa battery


Battery is rechargeable by plugging into computer. 19 hours is probably not right - more like 8 or 9.

Sansa's website has manuals, faq's and more at:
http://www.sandisk.com/sansa/#/support-0/
make sure you pick Sansa "Fuze" for the m240 series

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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