Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
Umm how do i do that? Please tell me how.
Hi Swicky. "Refresh Database", from what I remember, is the message your player displays after you download songs to it or after you disconnect your player from a computer. You didn't mention if your player is actually stuck on that message, but if your player is, that would probably mean there was data corruption that occurred during a file transfer. You may to format the player to rid it of any corruption. Here's how: Try to format the player in your computer under MSC mode. To set your player to MSC, navigate the menu as follows: Menu > Settings > USB mode > ... This will give you the choice of "MTP" and "MSC". Select "MSC". 1. Plug your player to your computer. Your computer should recognize it as a "Removable Drive" and it will have a drive letter. 2. Right-click on the drive letter for your E250 and then select "Format" 3. When the Format window appears, make sure to select "FAT32" as the file system type and make sure that the "Quick Format" checkbox at the bottom section of that window remain un-checked. 4. Click "Start" and follow the on-screen prompts. 5. When the formatting is complete, simply re-download all songs to the player. I hope this works for you. There is another solution this may actually resolve that error you're having on the player. Let me know the results. :)
Posted on Apr 28, 2007
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