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Sansa m240 froze up. Comes up saying MTP DB Mismatch format & then not enough space for music DB. I tried to d/l some songs to it last night & now I can't even turn it on & listen to the previous songs that were on there. Shows being empty.

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Per san disk it is trash. If still under warrenty, run and replace it. If not, your screwed...... Never buy another scan disk product.

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