Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I have a SanDisk 2GB mp4 player that says FUZE as the model. I went to charge it on my computer
and it came up on my computer that the USB doesn't recognize the unit.
I turned it on and it stays frozen on the initial screen. Not enough
space for music DBM Please free 90MB, appears after about 2 minutes,
then the screen goes blank. The thing is, after hooking the USB up, I
can pull up the information on my Sansa Media Converter (which now
takes about 2 minutes to come up because of the USB error) and it says
I have 422MB available on the memory. This only occurs when the micro memory card is installed. When there's no card, it doesn't recognize the device at all.
I tried to post this as a problem earlier and the system messed up my email. I wanted to try again.
Hi this is Fixer Guy,
From the information that you provided it seems that you have a bad driver. Search for the driver online or use your installation disk (if it came with one). Either that or some how you have the player in the wrong USB mode. This can be changes under the settings or system mode. If you try this and it still doesn't work then let me know.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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