Question about SanDisk Sansa MP3 Player
MY SANSA WILL TURN ON LONG ENOUGH TO SHOW SANDISK BUT THEN WILL TURN OFF RIGHT AWAY...HELP!
Possible solution. So, my sansa express went dead after pluggin it in to my computer after a few weeks of use. It was totally dead and unresponsive. Didn't turn on at all. Plugging it in wouldn't effect it and windows only recognized a malfunctioning usb adapter. Thus, reprogramming the firmware was out of the question.
Solution: the soft reset actually worked. You have to soft reset (hold down the grey center button and the volume up + key at the same time for a few seconds.) Then plug it into the computer. Voi La. It came back to life. The strange part was that it still wouldn't turn on after the soft reset. It required me plugging it into my computer to revive the thing.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
1 soft Reset
2 insert micro SD card into device
3 turn on with power button
I figured since there is a trigger to turn the device on when an SD card is placed inside it that this might be worth a shot; sure enough thing is working great now.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Better manual update firmware from sandisk official site...on
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Posted on Dec 29, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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