Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I was recently downloading songs at my dads house...
then the next day i checked back... and i put 36 songs on it and only 4 of them worked... it said "bad track"... i was fine with that because i knew i could take them off it...
but then when i was going through my settings and i changed the USB mode... and i turned it off and then turned it back on... and it freezes at
"refresh database" the loading screen...
and i can turn it on and off....
but it wont let get to my music or anything...
what should i do?
I had the same problem as this, just take the 4 screws off of the back and pop off the back part and pull the battery out and put it back in then turn it on and thats it.
try to avoid play all
Posted on Feb 29, 2008
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