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Not enough space for music db Please free 30 MG

I was at an art musem today and decided to listen to my sansa 2gb. When i turned it on it read not enough space for music db Please free 30 MG. So I went home and plugged the player into my labtop where It was not recongnized. Help, please!!! What's wrong with my player and what can I do to fix it

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  • Elle Dec 26, 2008

    Yeah I tried that, it didn't work

  • Elle Dec 26, 2008

    plus now all my music is gone

  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    my sansa keeps saying not enough space for music db. please free 30 mb

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Had this same problem. You need to lock turn off the player. put it into the locked mode and hold down the middle button before plugging it in. Then back up and reformat.

Detailed instructions I found were here:
Frozen sansa clip

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

  • mctc Dec 27, 2008

    Oh, sorry to hear. I am not really sure what else can be done with that.

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