Question about SanDisk Sansa Clip MP3 Player
You are suppose you use the safely remove hardware option,
you just don't unplug a usb devise without telling windows
to release it.
Remove the battery, then put it back in, restart windows and plug it in,
wait till it see;s it, then in the bottom rt corner of windows in your
taskbar is a little pic of a usb plug, mouse over it and click it, a window will pop up that say stop devise. Make sure you know what letter is listed
under my computer for it, it might be E,or F.
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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