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Won't recognize memory card and freezes up every time I insert the card into the player

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Maybe when you put a song you disconnet the sansa when its says data refresh and have you put it on another computer ok.

Posted on Oct 28, 2009

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The only way to reset the player after freezing was to remove the battery. However starting up again resulted immediately again in freezing of the player (presenting logo, without any further action).

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