Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Did my MP3 break or anything?

I've had my Sansa m240 for over half a year now, and until now, it's worked great. Every time I turn it on, it just says "MTP DB Mismatch Format?" and later it says "Not enough space for Music DB. Please free 8MB." After that it would say I had no files on my MP3, even though I USB connected it to my computer and all the files were still present. So I tried to clear my whole MP3 of files, and moved them into a separate folder on my computer. But even though I have no files left in the MP3, I still have the problem. Anyone have any solutions?

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Insanity i just called the technical support a while ago and they said most of that is because of a file coruption go into My Computer then go into Sansa M240 then right click the little cartridge file and click on format it should work then

Posted on Aug 07, 2007

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I have a sansa sandisk mp3 player. when i bought it it was working excellent.but all of a sudden it stopped working.this mp3 has no reset button i do not know how to fix the problem. sansa sandisk...


1. Are you able to turn it on ?
If so, press the the "power on" button the second time to activate the menu.
Still no luck ! Try putting in a new battery and try again.
2. You cannot "reset" anything.
3. Open up "windows explorer"
4. Scroll down the left pane of the window till you see the "sansa" removable disk
5. Right click it and select "format"
6. After formatting, try adding your files back again.
7. Use the >= button on the player tp play the songs.

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