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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had exact same problem. Here is the solution that worked for me. It's not the memory that got toasted, rather it is firmware. So problem can be fixed by re-flashing the firmware. Here are the steps. 1. download "IMP-90 Installation CD" from following location http://www.mpioamerica.com/support/software/IMP-90%20Installation%20CD.zip I found it at following location: http://www.mpioamerica.com/support/imp90.aspx# 2. Install that on to your computer. 3. Connect your IMP-90 mp3 player through supplied USB cable. 4. Run the newly installed program "SigmaTel MCSN Audio Player -> Firmware Download" 5. It will show current firmware installed on your mp3 player and the upgrade version. Simply click on Start and wat for couple of minutes (until it says complete at the bottom). 6. Then check the box "Format Data Area" and click on Start again. That's it your dead MP3 player will come back to life. Goodluck.
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
Oh lol this is easy. just go onto realplayer or something then go on the tab burn/transfer then it will tell u your songs delete them all. then try turning your mp3 on and going to "settings" then go all the way to the bottom of that page then click "reset all" then go back to windows media player and put your songs on.
Posted on Dec 23, 2007
plug in the comp right click then choose format and click the quick format button and press start then right click device again go to properties go to tools and check error
i didnt figure out how to do this im just spreading the news
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
What i would recommend you to do is to uninstall the device and
reinstall it back...to uninstall it...assuming that you are running windows xp...click on start, right click on my computer and go to properties..you should have your system properties open then click under hardware
then device manager...look for the sansa device..it usually located
under portable device..if its not showing there i would recommend you
to look for under disk drives
and see if its there..right click on the device and click on
uninstall...after you unintall it unplug your device from the
computer....Then follow this link below to download
.Then check the mode of yuor device to make sure it sunder MTP not
msc...To check the mode go under menu, settings and choose usb mode...After you check the mode open up your windows media
player click on tools, options and click under privacy...clear the
history and caches...after you finish you can plug the device on the
back of the computer not the front then windows should recongnize it and it should work properly..if that doesnt solve the problems upgrade your windows media player
to 11 even though you have done that already..and try to reconnect your
device..make sure you have it connected on the back USB>>>
And if that doesnt work try to obtain the driver for your sandisk device go to http://www.sandisk.com/DriverDownload/index.asp and find the driver for your device..and then connecct the device on the back of your computer...it should work properly..if you are still having any problems..let me know..i would be more than happy to assist you..
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Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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