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MSD mode Ok, whenever i turn on my sansa e250, it loads normally, but then a red box pops up that says "Not enough space for music DB. Please free 6MB." I tried reseting it by turning on hold, holding rec. and turning it on. I followed that procedure, but now i need to update it or something. It is currently in MTP mode and i need it to be in MSD. How do i get it into MSD mode? Essentially, i want to reset the whole thing to factory settings and condition. As in, blank.

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    Kevin Brookes Feb 07, 2008

    Thank you for your help. Perfect answer!

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Magnosta,

On the e250, from the main menu, select Settings, then there should be a selection for USB Mode. From there, you can select either MTP mode or MSC mode, which I think is what you meant. See if that helps.

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Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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