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Sansa C150 MTP DB

I tried solution No.2 and ... - Windows was unable to complete the disk check...  what I need to do now, plaese help me!

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  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2008

    when i turn my mp3 player on it says mtp db mismacth format no space for db please delete more than 4.0 mb and i don`t no what to do?and i tryed to do what others people sayed.

  • Chipblaster Jan 17, 2008

    Same error - tried manual reset, USB format on PC., tried MSC fix errors as suggested by another post but hangs on phase 1 and windows reports unable to continue. What a stupid product you can't reset it, could never get rid of the pre-loaded crap on it, this is the last Sansa ever. The hammer looks tempting........that's got to fix it.

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Tried to do a manual reset for your device....that should reset the firmware......just hold the power button down for 15-20 seconds or until it resets....

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are you able to format the player while in msc mode?

right-click on it while in my computer and select the format option, make sure your selecting your mp3 as this will delete all the files off the device. It if says failed to format, try doing it thorugh disk management. To get there you can right-click on my computer and select manage from the drop down menu. From here you will see disk management on the left hand side. Then a larger rectangular box with the drive letter that represents your player, you can right click on this and select format.

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If you've already cleared all the songs, might as well update the firmware (that solves most issues).
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