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Scan disk 1.0 gb

My device turns on for one second then turns off have purchased the micro card does not help

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Re: scan disk 1.0 gb

I have a little problem for Sansa from SanDisk 1.0 GB mp3. It work for many months now and now it doesn't go through the USB. It try to connect to the computer but it blink 2 or 3 times and turn itself off. How can I bring it up again back to normal?

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