Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
What happens when you power on the player? If just the blue ring lights up and NO screen activity, and you've already tried the recovery mode (hold switch, hold REC, power on) then you need to send the unit back provided that it has been purchased within the year. Unfortunately the only software tool where you can hook up a unit and have the software force flash it to a repaired state is a sansa connect. The e2xx series does not have any assistance/repair software available for download. I know that this isn't a technical solve but technically you can't fix this as it's solid state technology. So please don't flame me for helping. I got a "no help" vote because they had a dead MLB on a PC. Thanks in advance. (RMA# support is 1-866-726-3475)
Posted on Aug 23, 2007
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