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Sansa is not working

I plug it in and it says connected but when i go in to it it has all this wierd stuff on it in the music section just like random folders and other stuff and it wont let me delete it off what can i do?

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Kindly check your Sansa on the other switch board. May be there are electric problem.

Posted on Aug 10, 2007

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The only thing you can do is format the mp3 that is what i did and my mp3 worked fine afterward

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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