Question about SanDisk Sansa c250 (2 GB) MP3 Player (SDMX7-2048)

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I can't connect the product with my pc.

I pluged the sansa product. but it can't work or my pc doesn't accept the sansa c250.

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If you are running Vista, go to sandisk's website and download the updated, Vista-compatible software for the model.

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My Sansa c250 won't charge properly. Initially when I bought it, I used it with a Windows XP PC, no sweat. That computer died and I began charging it with an OSX instead. It worked for a while, but after a...


I had a similar problem. My Sansa c250 would charge, when plugged into the computer. It would read that it was writing but the computer did not recognized that the Sansa c250 was connected. I switched to a different USB port and got the same results. I then realized that the two ports I was using were 1.0 port and idmedeatly when inserted in the 2.0 port it began charging and the computer recongized the Sansa c250. I know this won't solve every charging problem one may have. Changing the battery would be easier in some cases. Especially if they were sold like the AA or AAA.

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Sansa device is not displayed on my computer


If it is connected to the PC, then this is normal.
If it is not connected to the PC, reset the device.
Here is a link to your user's manual: which shows you the reset:
http://www.sandisk.com/sansa/assets/English/products/c200/c200_userguide_en.pdf

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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Windows Media player should detect it. Try firing up WMP and then plug in your player. If that doesn't work, try updating WMP while the players connected? If that doesn't work. Do you have the updater installed? Might help.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVLoG4FWEjc

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Delete when connected to your PC using Widows Media Player.

Mar 12, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa c250 (2 GB) MP3 Player...

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Can't do anything


It sounds the the hold switch is on..The Sansa c250 Hold Switch is located on the side of the device, and is used to prevent any accidental
operation. Once the Hold Switch is moved to the lock position, all function keys will be disabled.
Buttons on the Sansa c250 will not operate when the Hold Switch is active.

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Sansa C250 not recognised


The Sansa C250 doesn't have a setting on the player to put it into USB, or MSC mode.

By default, it's always in MTP mode (Microsofts slow and crappy DRM enabled protocol).

You can force the player to connect to your computer by doing these 3 things:

1. Ensure that your player is OFF.

2. Set the Hold slider to LOCKed.

3. While holdind the "<<", (LEFT or Previous) button down, connect the c250 to your computer via the USB cord.

You should now see 2 new drives in your "My Computer" window. One drive is the c250's internal memory, and the other is it's microSD slot.

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Sansa c250 freezes while refreshing database


I got my c250 to turn off while frozen by holding the "menu" and "select" buttons down at the same time for a few seconds.

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I had the "Refresh Database" problem with my C250, it just sat there after turning it on! However, the GOOD NEWS is, I corrected it! First I connected it to my PC, then FORMATTED the unit. This gave me an empty player that at least would turn on. Then I downloaded the Sansa "Updater" from the SanDisk website. After setting up the updater software, I connected the C250. It automatically checked for any new firmware, and loaded it into the player. After that I restarted the C250 and it again came up OK without any music loaded. The last thing I did was to load only 1.8 GB worth of music files. My take on the problem is that if you overload the memory, or interupt a file while loading, then the "datbase" function never gets done. I've had mine running for about a week now without problems! Hope it works for you too! <Good Luck> David

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