Question about SanDisk Sansa m200 (2 GB) MP3 Player
After my Sansa m200 gets turned off, it skips three minutes of play time. It just started doing this about a month ago, and I can't find any information on how to fix it.
SOURCE: San Disk Sansa m 230 512 MB
Your problem is probably beacause you accidently deleted "AudibleActivation.sys" from your "Audible"-folder. Format the sansa and then use "reset to factory settings" to make the file appear again. It might be a good idea to make a backup on your hard drive, just in case, and make the file hidden.
Posted on Mar 21, 2007
SOURCE: Skipping songs
We could try formatting the player and after the format has been complete try updating the firmware of the player. Change the settings fo the player to MSC then connect to your computer, open my computer and right-click the player and choose format remove the tick mark on the quick format and after the format has been completed. Unplug the device and go to the sandisk website and download the firmware update and install it and when it ask you to connect the device hook the plyer and perform the update for the player. Note: It may be the songs on the player are not that properly transferred that why it is skipping and also the player might also have had bad sectors that is why we have formatted the player. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 22, 2007
I dropped my Sandisk in the Ocean! I didn't even know it until it washed up on the beach. Of course, it would not start up and the small screen looked foggy (much like it does sometimes when I use it on a humid day...I juggle with it and it get's pretty steamy). I put it in a ziplock bag with 1/2 cup of salt (wrapped the sandisk in a paper napkin first) and left it there for two days. When I took it out, I tried to turn it on and got nothing. I set it down to do something else and out of the corner of my eye I could see it just powered up. It played just fine. For the next few days it powered up slowly. Now a month later, I can see that the connector where I charge it is getting corroded. Still, it works and charges just fine. Be aware that you need to have some patience and give it more than the normal boot-up time, based on my experience.
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
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