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M200 with ink all over the cracked screen

My m200 has a cracked screen and ink is all over it so i can't see the screen if you know any one that can fix it i will pay cash

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  • darwinpike Apr 02, 2009

    I may have the same Problem. Suddenly the top half of my screen is black & white stripes with a blob towards the right middle. I've seen it do the Black & White thing when the battery was low but it's all charged up and the Blob keeps me from seeing most of what I need to. I'm not sure how this came to be, maybe I dropped it or something, I don't recall anything though.

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Not worth it. The only way to get a replacement screen is to buy a broken m200 that has a good screen - and even then, it may not work if the LCD controller was also damaged. I have yet to see a successful screen repair on this model - YouTube has videos of people who tried.

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How do i free 8mb in Sandisk Sansa M250 i formated but the same result happens plz help me!!!!


SanDisk tech support recommends formatting the m200 series in both MSC and MTP modes to completely clear out all work areas,"fragments" and residual data. The m200 has a very basic Operating System that doesn't have a defrag option. According to tech support, the m200 needs formmating occasionally to keep it working smoothly. I learned that formatting will also clear up intermittent hang-ups. I format mine each time I reload it.

Format in MSC Mode


With the m200 not connected to the PC, power it on, press the menu key. Select "Settings", then USB, then MSC.

Connect the m200 to the PC via the USB cable

Right click on the "Start" button.

Left click on "Explore"

Find the m200. It will show as a hard drive, for example: "SANSA M250"


Right click on the m200 device and select "Format"

After formatting is complete, click on the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon on the System Tray and stop the device

Disconnect the m200 from the PC.


Format in MTP Mode


With the m200 not connected to the PC, power it on, press the menu key. Select "Settings", then USB, then Auto Detect.

Connect the m200 to the PC via the USB cable.

Right click on the "Start" button.

Left click on "Explore"

Find the m200. This time it will not show as a hard drive but as a music device, for example: "SanDisk Sansa m250"Note there is no drive letter in MTP mode.

Right click on the m200 device and select "Format"

After formatting is complete, disconnect the m200 from the PC. There is no icon to stop the device.

Your m200 device is now formatted and ready to reload.


By the way, MSC mode is mostly for use with other than Windows XP computers. If you are using WinXP and Windows Media Player 10, you might consider using MTP mode and WMP to manage the m200's.

Source: http://forums.sandisk.com


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Jul 28, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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My tosiba Satllite M200 is showing TBX Error and not letting me to enter BIOS. Hang during the booting. please solve the problem and let me know why it happened.


Toshiba knows this is a issue. below is the link for new bios firmware

it addresses the TBX error you are talking about.

http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/support/jsp/outFrm.jsp?ofId=AskIris&searchString=Satllite+M200+is+showing+TBX&x=8&y=10

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Apr 28, 2009 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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Can my screen be fixed


Now let's get real.
This is not a warranty repair which SANDISK would likely repair.
It would never be worth it to get it fixed.
Invest in an IPOD, and don't drop or set on that or mother will be mad.

Feb 01, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa m200 SDMX3-512 MP3 Player

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Certain songs on my Sansa m240, will not play


Hi,
If the songs you have are DRM protected then you may need to check with the source from where you've downloaded the track. 
Sometimes, if the Music data base on the device is corrupt, even then you may run into such problems.
follow the instructions below to get the sansa firmware updater to make sure that the firmware for your payer is updated automatically:
METHOD 1 - Download and manually update the Sansa m200 

NOTE: The manual update does NOT support firmware version 4.X.XXX. Refer to METHOD 2 if the firmware on your Sansa m200 is either 4.X.XXX.
 

WARNING: All data on your Sansa m200 will be deleted during the firmware update. Back up all your data before proceeding. 

STEP 1 - Download the Sansa m200 Firmware Updater .exe file and save it to your desktop. 

STEP 2 - Install the Updater 
1. Double-click the downloaded .exe file (sdmx3-iv001.exe). 
2. Click Next
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3. Click Yes to agree on the license agreement. 
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4. Click Next to start installing the program. 
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STEP 3 - Connect your player to the PC 
1. Turn off your Sansa m200. 
2. Slide the HOLD switch to the lock position (orange color will show). 
3. Connect the player to the PC. 

STEP 4 - Update the firmware 
1. Click Firmware Upgrade
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WARNING: All data on your Sansa m200 will be deleted during the firmware update. Back up all your data before proceeding. 

2. Click OK to continue the firmware update. 
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3. Click OK to finish update. 
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4. Disconnect your Sansa m200 from the PC after the firmware has been successfully downloaded. 
5. Slide the HOLD switch to the unlock position (orange color not showing). 
6. Turn on your Sansa m200 player to check. 



METHOD 2 - Using the Sansa Firmware Updater. 
1. If it's not installed yet, download and install the Sansa Firmware Updater
2. Slide the HOLD switch to the lock position (orange color will show). 
3. Connect your Sansa m200 to the PC. 
4a. Assuming there's a new firmware available, the following message will appear on your lower right taskbar. Click on the balloon message. 
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NOTE: If there's no new firmware available, you won't see a balloon message.
 

4b. OPTIONAL: You can also manually run the Sansa Updater from your programs files. Most likely it will be under All Programs > SanDisk > Sansa Updater > Sansa Updater
5. Select the Firmware check box. 
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6. Click Download Now. Firmware download starts. 
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WARNING: All data on your Sansa m200 will be deleted during the firmware update. Back up all your data before proceeding. 

7. Click Yes to continue the update. 
8. Click Finish after the firmware has been downloaded. 
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9. Disconnect your Sansa player from the PC. 
10. An "Upgrading firmware. Please wait..." message will appear on the Sansa m200's display screen. 

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Sansa m200


If the device is connected to the computer, it will be listed under My Computer. If it is not listed, you can check the Device Manager to see if any errors are listed. If there are, right click on them and select "uninstall". Disconnect the device and re-connect it to the PC. You can add to this question if you need more assistance. Best of Luck.

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Won't let me delete!!


You must 'release' the M200 from your computer before unplugging. With Windows, find the little icon on the bottom right of the screen...it looks like a card with an arrow over it...put mouse arrow over it and click with left mouse button...then select the drive the M200 is connected to...then viola...after dialog box pops up, unplug. Steve

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