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Sandisk Sansa c140 MP3 all text in spanish

When I first connected the player, I chose English as the language. However, all text is still written in Spanish. I have no way of scrolling through to pick which song I want to listen to. I have connected my player to Windows Media Player and it automatically goes there when I connect the player to my computer. Please tell me how to change the setting to English.

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Re: Sandisk Sansa c140 MP3 all text in spanish

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I dont speak spanish

you need to get into the settings menu and then language to change it.

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set it to spanish -> english and you should do fine.

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