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PROBLEME OF MEMORY.

IHAVE A PROBLEM .MY SANSA DISK (1 GO ) HAVE LOST HIS MEMORY.

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My Sandisk Sansa m240 lost all the songs and then I could not delete them. I was able to laod up new songs, but there was no spare memory. I was able to fix this issue by re-formating.

Using windows explorer right click on the "Sandisk sansa M240" and click "format".

Now working OK.

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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