Ok i plug my mp3 player into the usb && its fine when i put music but when i try to turn it on it wont turn on!! and yes it has batteries whut do i do?...contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org i also have myspace under this adress so u can write 2 me there 2!
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Re: mp3 not turning on
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Your problem is not related with the music you downloaded. Usually a way to solve this kind of failure is to leave on player utill the battery is completely discharged, then connect it and hope the best. If still won't turn on, probably you have a problem with the firmware of your player because you removed it incorrectly. from the USB port. Most time nothing happens but sometimes this might damage your player. If it's on warranty, take it back to seller's authorized store, but if failure is for incorrect manipultion of the player, warrant won't cover it.
Ensure the key lock is not activated by sliding
"Power on/off ( )/Hold" towards the center
position. If your player isn’t already on, turn it on by
sliding "Power on/off ( )/Hold" to the left
and holding until the player turns on.
Ok, I have a Sansa e250 2.0 BG. I have an extra memory card but w/e thats not part of the problem. So, when I downloaded music, I accidently put more music on the Sansa memory and it made it too full. So now it has to do a system restart everytime I turn it on. Which is really annoying. And then I tried to delete some music so It would stop doing that and I could update it, But it shows up on my computer as there being no music. So theres nothing to delete! But it says the memory is full! HELP!!!!