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Sansa mp3 player 2.0gb

My player will not turn on. i have tried everything. and no...its not on hold. the goodbye screen wont even turn off and the computer does not detect the device. not happy jan. and i think i may have picked a player and a brand that has lots of problems. the blue light still comes on but alas, nothing else. very frustrated as this is not the onli problem ive had with this player. can anyone help?

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  • purdee Oct 03, 2007

    how do i do that if i cant even turn it on? and nothing happens when i connect it to the pc

  • purdee Oct 03, 2007

    it also wont charge at all. it turned on to the menu once, all the music that was in there is gone now and then then it saiid battery low and then it went off. and then that was it.

  • purdee Oct 03, 2007

    seriously. i im illiterate when it comes to this stuff. very close to just taking it back. i have no idea what a 'twister series' is?

  • purdee Oct 03, 2007

    so its like a usb stick thing? is there no other way? im in australia dude

  • purdee Oct 03, 2007

    excuse me but when i try to do something to my mp3 it freezes

  • Denia Netro Nov 19, 2007

    i was listening to music , then i turn it off but when i tried to use it again it didn't turn on. i tried to reset the device and nothing happend.i plugged it in my pc and it didn't turn on and there was no notice on the screen that adviced that the device was connected to the pc.

  • david saunders Nov 25, 2007

    i plug my sansa e200 series into the computer and it only turns it on it doesnt say connect like it is supposed to

  • Anonymous Dec 28, 2007

    it freezes

  • Anonymous Jan 05, 2009

    Player will not turn on.

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Your MP3 is have Virus Doomboot Virus! reformat your MP3 to software to removed the virus!

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  • Anonymous Oct 03, 2007

    you can reformat your MP3 with twister series thats connect to software to your MP3! the doomboot is very danger to your Mp3. no one can resolved it unless if you have twister series gadgets.

  • Anonymous Oct 03, 2007

    because your doomboomt is active! reformat your mp3 with twister series!

  • Anonymous Oct 03, 2007

    only celpon repair shop is that we have go to cp shop!

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