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Scandisk usb wont open under settings

When i go to settings and try to click USB it wont open
and my mp3 player says free 8mb of space and my computer recognize it then it
it also wont let me switch my settings from MTP to MSC or THE OTHER FILES
please help me.. what do I do?

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I had that problem like that and i resolve it formating the sansa
it was a virus that full the device copying itself many times

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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