Re: When i turn on my player it saya "boot error! please...
Hey check on the left side of the mp3 player to make sure you don't have it on lock. I had the same issue but all answers didn't help so I looked in the manual and saw a lock feature! The dang thing was just locked!! LOL hope that helps
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Try formatting it in FAT 32 or FAT 16, the player sometimes can't read a different filesystem. If that doesn't work, try upgrading the MP3 firmware, you can download it from the RCA Website (http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/) Follow the steps carefully or you can render your player useless. After the upgrade, the update program will format the player automatically with the correct filesystem.
if your computer recognizes the device as a valid drive (look in 'my computer' folder for it) then you should be able to reformat it.
Right click on the device in my computer, click format, quick format. set to FAT format if it lets you. run the format, then disconnect the device and power it back on. it should re-boot and then try to connect again.
Try using windows medai player to transfer music. or download Rhapsody and try using that.
Princess, you can remove the songs by going to "my computer" then open the sansa drive and delete files you don't want.
If this doesn't work format it by right clicking on the sansa icon and then pick Format.
Good luck. Let me know if it helped (and please rate this).