Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player
I finally had to just delete all the files saved by going to My Computer, selecting the device, and choosing Format. It deleted all the files, but at least it cleared out th memory & I can start fresh.
Posted on Nov 14, 2007
I found this, posted on another forum:
"Here is what I did to fix my friends Sansa M240 (Piece Of Junk) Firmware 3.2.8a. I followed this forum and did not get anywhere, I tried WinXp & Vista with no avail (Formatting would not solve the problem). Here was my problem:
You would turn the darn thing on and it would say that there was "Not enough room to write the Library", Yet when I connected to my PC it said there were no file on it............ Argh.........! So I took the battery out and Placed the (Piece Of Junk) on Hold so when I connected it to my computers it would be in that stupid mode they seem to want... Here is the Kicker, my PC would not fix it at all.....
I had to use a MAC 10.4, and the (Disk Utility) Application under Utilities. I formatted the Drive as (Unix) OS. Once I did that the (Piece of Junk) rebooted and created the FAT Partition and has worked ever since.... If you don't have a MAC find your nearest Apple Store and ask them if they would do this for you...
Hope this helps...."
I don't have a mac so I formatted using ubuntu and then put new files on it. It works fine now. And I'm never going near Media Player again, just as a precaution.
Posted on Nov 10, 2007
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