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When I connect my Sansa clip 2GB to my computer it

Recently when I connect my wife Sansa clip 2GB to my computer it is not turning on (showing connection/charging) and the computer does not reconized it. But when I unplug it, it turns on. The player is getting some charge but not fully(never had any problems with it in the past)

I also have a Sansa clip 2Gb but not having any problems with it on my computer.

Any assitance would be greatly appreciated.

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The drivers and all software is available from Sandisk's website.

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SOURCE: Can you replace the battery of the sansa clip 2GB

The Sansa Clip's internal rechargable battery is not user replaceable. However, if it fails within the warranty period (one year), the device can be replaced.Clip's battery is not easily replaceable however if it fails within the warranty period (one year), SanDisk will replace the device.
if you want to do it yourself you have to solder, and its difficult to reassemble it once you take it apart. check sandisk sansa clip disassembled here http://www.anythingbutipod.com/archives/2007/11/sandisk-sansa-clip-disassembled.php . hope this helps

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SOURCE: sansa clip sandisk 2gb won't charge

I had the same problem this morning, albeit with my 8G Clip. Nothing worked -- the thing seemed dead as roadkill -- until I found a link about "forcing MSC mode." Basically, it told me to hold down the center button while plugging my Clip into my computer using my USB cable. Suddenly, boom! It's awake and alive and happy again. I'm unsure how that works, but that did it for me.

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