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"Key Locked Sysytem Shutdown Message"

Hi, When I connect the USB cabel to my PC and the port to my MP3 player it keeps showning me the message "Key Locked Sysytem Shutdown Message". I have even tried by shifting the hold slide to the right but it shows the same. I am tired to trouble shooting. Is there problem with the device itself? Mohan

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The switch on top of your sansa is set to the locked position (shows orange). switch it to the other position.

Posted on Apr 28, 2007

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