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Problem in charging

Sir i am having sansa e250 was going well.but now if i am opening the player,its shows battery is if i am charging it,its on charging.even when i connect to pc its not detecting.but when i connect the player is getting on and it shows SANDISK and stops on it. i dont know what to do and what the problem is about.i thought its problem with usb but when i connect to pc it is connecting give me a solution as soon as possible.

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Re: problem in charging

Try performing recovery mode on the player then after performing recovery mode update the firmware of your player. Recovery mode is > Enable Hold Switch + Press Record Button + Menu Button

Posted on Oct 08, 2007

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