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IItronics 2G mp3 player freezing

IT keeps crashing saying "Error 41", the letters turn to numbers and deleting the memory and starting over hasn't worked.
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SOURCE: mp3 player c200 sansa keeps freezing!!!

FIrst you will need to reset your device..then go to the sandisk website to get the latest firmware for your device..To reset the device when it freezes just hold the power button down for 15-20 seconds or until it resets....the latest firmware for the c200 resolved much of the freezing issues....also there are two modes for you to use the c200 the msc and mtp.....try deleting in mtp mode.

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SOURCE: Samsung YP-T9J Mp3 player freezing up

all you have to do is hold the menu and a-b button at the time for a few seconds and it goes away

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SOURCE: error 41

do you have cd with it. Maybe the solution on your cd. Look what the content on your cd?Maybe like format tool?

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SOURCE: Sandisk Sansa 2g MP3 Player E250. Problems with

Sorry to say, you are going to have to reset and re-add your songs. I had the same problem. Use a pin to reset your SD and you should be good. Good luck

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