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Erroneous memory full message

My sandisk e250 keeps indicating a full memory and when plugged in keeps "writing" The memory is no where near full.

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  • Ken Krysiak Jun 11, 2007

    Thanks. Worked great!

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Download Switch by searching for it on google...then you can change the formats of your songs to anything you like and you can change how big the file gets converted to!!! you can make them pretty small and then you can fit about 2,000 songs on a 2 GB! hope this helps! don't worry Switch does not give you spyware or viruses.. I checked! :]

Posted on Jun 13, 2007

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Ok try formating or run a scan with your north anty-virus.

Posted on May 26, 2007

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Troubleshooting page for the e200 series coming up with the message
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http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/848

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it might be because the media player try using a diferent media player or buy an sd card and put music in it it reads it just fine and you can use the internal memory for videos only hope it helps.

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