Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player
One of the reasons might be a filesystem panic. Run a chkdsk /F/X/R in a dosbox on a windows machine, it will take some time and some files might be lost but the filesystem will be fixed.
It helped on mine.
Posted on Oct 16, 2007
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Hold down the power button for 20 or more seconds; when you release the power button, the Sansa Connect will restart on its own. If it doesn't restart, you did not hold down the power button long enough -- try again.
Make sure there's a battery in the player. This doesn't work when it is plugged into the USB port.
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