Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
My Sansa e260 only has 1794 mb free for space. I just formatted and everything is gone off the unit but there is still over half the memmory used for something. What's going on with this thing? Is it defective?
Reformat the drive by connecting in MSC USB mode. (Change in settings on your mp3 player) Connect the mp3 player to the computer and go to MyComputer (usually on the desktop of windows XP) Right click on Sansa260 drive and move down to format. It takes a few minutes and I did disconnect while it still said writing on the mp3 screen. All files were gone and I reloaded the songs. It seems to be working fine now.
Posted on Mar 19, 2007
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