Question about SanDisk Sansa c200 MP3 Player
Try reloading the software and reflashing the firmware just download all the software and firmware and the flashing utility from the manutacturer website
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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It's look like a memory issue. Try resetting the player. This can only by removing the battery for a minute and reinserting the battery. If this doesn't help, format the player if it's recognised by the computer and reload some sound tracks. Make sure there are different modes between" audio player" to synchronise music using windows media player and devices with removable storage where you can copy and paste music. I think this mode can be changed byu pressing the "M" button.
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