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Screen fading out when refreshing database

When I put my microSD card in, the mp3 player has to refresh the database. As soon as I pop it in, the screen starts fading out and ends up with just a black screen.

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My ipod is not geting on it is only showing refreshing database and geting switch off


If you have a microSD card installed, remove it. Press and hold the power button for fifteen seconds before releasing it.

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How do I stop my player from refreshing everythime I start it up?


The only way to stop that is to remove the microSD card. The machine has no way of knowing whether you changed cards while it was turned off, and thus has to refresh the database to know what is on it.

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The only ways to do that are to remove the microSD card or leave the Sansa turned on. Whenever you turn it on with a microSD card in the slot, the machine has no way of telling whether you've put in a new card and/or added/deleted content on the card. The only way it can determine what's on the card is to refresh the database.

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When turning on my sansa e250, the msg "Refresh Database" and "Not enough space for music DB. Please free 6MB" display on the screen. How do I do that?


Remove the microSD card, then connect the player to your computer and delete stuff from its internal memory until you have 6MB free.

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My sansa e250 always get stuck at refresh database when I cut it on


Take out the MicroSD card. Turn it on. When it comes on, turn it off. Clean the contacts on the card and reinsert. Then try turning it on again.

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Loaded Songs Onto MicroSD Card, And While Refreshing The Database It Just Froze.


eject the microsd when you player is off and try restarting the player...delete some songs off the microsd and try again..

Sep 04, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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On start, "refresh database"...?


I have the same problem for the same reasons. It's just the micro memory card booting up, so the refresh is no big issue. But if anyone finds a faster method of making it turn on, I'd like to hear :D

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Try to reformat the card. Go to My Computer then right click the drive corresponding to your sd card and select format. Put some music back on, and try again. When your Sansa boots you should get a message stating it's refreshing the database. Good luck.

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i have the same problem ... refresh database fail .. i can put songs on the player but it doesn't show them or play them :-( HELP!!!!

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This may not work for everyone - but try inserting a TransFlash (also called Micro SD)card in the microSD slot, and power on. It may then correctly refresh its database. It worked in my case, with firmware ver11.

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