Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
A few weeks ago my e250 got wet and since then it hasn't worked correctly at all. I cannot add or delete songs and everytime i try to the message "Not Enough Space For Music DB. Please Free 6MB." I've tried to defragment the player and use the error check, but i can't do either. I was just wondering if anyone else is having similar problems and has any advice.
After it got wet, did you let it dry out for a while? What did it get wet with? Water or something else? Have you tried formatting the player? Better yet, is it recognized by your computer? You could force a format by putting into recovery mode, creating a txt file named: sansa.fmt and transfering it to the 16MB device that shows up when you connect the player to your computer in recovery mode. You'll have to re-do all of your firmware, but that *might* help, if the player itself isn't damaged from getting wet.
Posted on May 07, 2007
You got it WET!!! of course it dose not work right NOW!
Posted on Apr 30, 2007
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