Question about SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player
I have a brand new disc player (only two months old). When I turn on the player it reads:"Not enough space for music DB, delete 30 mb" and then immediatly shuts off. I have tried plugging it into my PC to charge it and every time I turn it on to delete songs it gives me the above message....& the player shuts down.......What is the fix? Thanks..Joan
There may be a easier solution But plug it into your computer Then, in the go to my computer in your start area.
you should have a removable disk (D:), this is your player.
Right click on the tab and go to Format, click on quick format and then start.
The next window that should pop up will say that it will may erase all the files on the device. That is ok. It will erase all the music you had on there, but that is easy enough to load back on.
Wait for it to finish, unplugg it, turn it on, and you should be good. All you have to do now is reload the music!
But make sure you dont exceed 2gb or you may have to do this again
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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