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Sansa c200 froze.

For my sansa c200:
i downloaded songs on to it last night,
then this morning when i turned it on; it went to a song and froze.
i then turned it off, and now all i have is the blue light on.

please help?

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Re: sansa c200 froze.

You know...I just figured I was kinda in a fix due to the holiday. I left it overnight and when I got up the blue light had gone off. When I tried to turn it on, it came on and said low battery, so I went ahead and plugged it into the computer. This time my computer recognized it, so I let it charge for about 3 1/2- 4 hours and haven't had a problem. Strange????? You might try that if you haven't yet.

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Re: sansa c200 froze.

Pop the back cover off and take the battery out...when you place the battery back in and restart you should be ok.

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