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Sansa e270 refresh database

I changed the way the sansa connect to the computer and when I removed it, it had to refresh. So I wait a little bit and it wasnt finished so I watched TV. for a little while and looked again and the same thing. So I held menu down and restarted it and the same thing happend and I tryed again and again and again I tried with it plugged in and not plugged in I tryied turning it off while plugged in and I dont know im out of ideas. Any suggestions are welcome Thanks, Kris i have a sandisk e260 and i cant seem to get rid of the songs on it and thats a pain AS i dont want them any more plz some 1 help me

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What I would recommend you to do is format the device and reinstall the firmware..the link to install the firmware is below..
http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376
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Posted on Feb 08, 2008

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Thanks, it worked fine. I solved my problem in 3 min! :)

Posted on Feb 05, 2007

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Go under settings and change USB Mode to other choice. Then format. After formatting change back to original setting. I had same prob. Tech support told me to do this and it worked. Have had no problem since.

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above same problem

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