Question about SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player
I have a suggestion, you can try holding the power slide up for a longer period of time, or you can try and plug it back into the computer, leave it there over night, and if possible put something new on it. That way it will try and refresh its data bank and it should be on after that, and you can go into the power settings, or USB setting and chage anything you may need to. You may have accidentaly changed somthing in the program. Also if you deleted any of the folders that are originally in the player you can casue it to malfunction
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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