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Sansa e280 malfunction

I connected my sansa e280 into my computer to copy some music files and the computer said it did not recognize my player. I unplugged it from the computer and then I plugged it back in. The Sansa e280 then went to a blank backlit screen and it will not respond.

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  • Mix_MaX Nov 19, 2007

    Was downloading songs and then all of a sudden it wouldn't turn on tried uploading several times but every time it was a blank backlit screen

  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2007

    plugged in to sync, then unplugged before authorized, now the power lite is on but the screen is dead and it wont respond

  • chotch Nov 30, 2007

    plugged in to sync, unplugged, now the power lite is on but the screen is dead and it wont respond, computer says device has malfunctioned.

  • jfausst Dec 11, 2007

    the player was fully charged pluged back into computer. now it will not turn on tried several times is it just because it overcharged or what?

  • Dutchtreat87 Dec 25, 2007

    My iTunes isn't allowing me to access my iPod nano 2GB.

  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2007

    I power up my 704 and it comes up a "white" blank screen.....



    I download updates and it worked one time....shut it off and I get the same issue....



    What is the deal???

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2008

    I have a M250 series, same type of problem I can no longer upload anything on it and now is useless to me.

  • alex50 Mar 20, 2008

    have the same problem with our sansa, unplugged and it did not work

  • guykushnir88 Nov 30, 2008

    connected my sansa e280 into my computer to copy some music files and
    the computer said it did not recognize my player. I unplugged it from
    the computer and then I plugged it back in. The Sansa e280 then went to
    a blank backlit screen and it will not respond.

  • Anonymous Nov 30, 2008

    I have same problem but when i unplugged it said connected



  • mymailplz Nov 30, 2008

    I unplugged my mp.3 and it says connected , what should i do?

  • afrodude_93 Dec 01, 2008

    same here, it still says connected after i take it out, but after around 10 min it said disconnected, but it remained like that, now its not connecting to the computer



  • Anonymous Jan 25, 2009

    It was connected to my computer, doing it's thing. I came back to check on it, and it's a blank, backlit screenand not responding.

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Plug the player into the computer and hold the power button down for a few seconds until you see the player come on like normal, its a reset function and you should see your songs

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I have solved my problem !!
if it says connected and when you plug it and out and it is still not working you just plug then unplug (might take some time)

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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For the bad tracks go Under Settings, look for Mode or USB Mode. Put the unit in MSC (if that's available) or Rhapsody.

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