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What you are describing is a failure of a main circuit. The first thing you should check is yo make sure that your battery is in good condition and that the cables are clean and tight. Let me know if yu find anything wrong there. Then there may be another main circuit problem. Check all of the fuses in your fuse block in the engine compartment. If any of these fuses are blown, it will usually cause several things to not work. If you find any fuses blown, DON'T REPLACE IT YET. Let me know WHICH fuse is blown and I can help you find out why it blew so you can get the problem fixed.
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In order to see all of the files on that device, you must put the device into a different USB mode called MSC. Disconnect the device and then please follow these steps:
Choose "setup" option in the main menu.
Choose "system" option in the setup menu.
Choose USB mode in the system menu.
Change USB mode to "MSC"
Go back to the main menu, then reconnect device.
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The power button is also the Menu button - click and release once while the player is on, and see if it gets you back to the main menu. Or press the left arrow key and see if it will get you back to hte previous menu.
i have the same SANSA e260.....and the same problem....its easy just turn on your sansa then push the menu botton, slide the wheel in the center and at the end of the options say USB enter there and change usb mode from MTP to MSC mode.....and ready
what you should try doing is holding the centre and menu button at the same time for 6 seconds it should work. if it doesnt im sorry i dont have a solution otherwise. lol at the moment my ipod is doing the same thing but try the menu and centre button it should work
Turn on = Play + Menu (at the same time) Turn off = Stop (will revert to just clock) Selecting folders or changing options = Turn on then press menu to move through options and use the forward and backward buttons to change within options Deleting a file within a folder = Select the folder through menu options (A or B) then exit menu (cycle through all options or press stop once while in menu) then press the forward key to cycle through files within folders (1 or 2) then press delete once to display "Del" next to file then press delete a second time to delete file. Take batteries out to quickly reset recorder (will not lose saved files)
WARNING: this process will erase all songs off the GoGear.
Disconnect the GoGear from computer.
Turn the GoGear off.
Hold in the volume + button.
Reconnect the GoGear while holding in the volume + button.
Continue holding the volume + button.
After 5-50 seconds, Windows will pop-up a "Found New Hardware Wizard." - complete the wizard (BTW, you can take your hand ff the volume + button now).
Good To Go (Gear)!
-Tha Mp3 Doctor