Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
SANSA E250 can't get rid of the 'refresh database message' please help. My e250 kept going to system restore/refresh database when I disconnected from my computer. That seemed to erase the sync process, except that it showed all the music I was trying to sync on the device, along with all the music I was trying to remove. It did not show changes to the playlist screen. Using the system restore tool successfully blanked the memory on the player, but it also set it back to a previous firmware version. Is there a better solution than system restore, system update, and then sync?
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Several people have said that it didn't work for them but it has worked 100% for me. I've bought about 10 problem Sansas from Ebay and fixed them all at (least 6) with this problem.
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
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