Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
You may have to put this device in recovery mode and apply a force format file to it. If you have put songs on from Limewire or any other infamous bad source, that is prob the culprit. The sandisk website has the file you can add to the player. Recovery mode is simply:
1. put on the hold button
2. while holding the record button in, plug into computer at the same time and keep holding the record button in until you see recovery mode on the player
after you do this, you can drop the format file on the player by going to my computer and locating the 16MB icon, then drag and drop the file on the player.
Once you have done this, unplug the player and take off the hold button, and it will reboot itself and format itself to the neutral state from the factory setting.
Posted on Oct 21, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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