Question about SanDisk Sansa c240 MP3 Player
Okay, timi-boo and JoD3 i believe i have a solution to your problem, on your device, go to the settings section and search for the reset all option. When you select it, everything on your Sansa should be erased.
The same problem occured to mines too. All you have to do is relax and plug it back int o you computer. The reason i implicate that it won't play on the computer is because its already erased so there's no data there, but your computer has memorized the information and just shows it(e.g. cookies) . As long as your computer can tell you theres __ this much memory left(which should be 980/40 sumthing) then everything is perfectly fine. =) Hopefull i helped! ^_^
Posted on Jan 04, 2008
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