Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
This solution come from Sans tech support (it helped me):
Lets format your player, formatting your player will erase all the content off your player but will bring your player back to factory settings.
To Format player:
1. Under the main menu go to Settings> USB(Mode)>MSC(Rhapsody).(If you do not see a USB mode, you have a version 2 player. Follow the second format instructions below.)
2. Connect player to computer.
3. Open My Computer.
4. Under devices with removable storage you should see your player.
5. Right-click on the players drive and select format.
6. Make sure the format type is FAT 32 and select start.
7. Select OK when the warning screen comes up and the player will begin to format.
To format the player, please follow the instructions below:
1. Turn your player on.
2. Go to the settings menu.
3. Select format.
4. Select yes to confirm the format.
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Posted on Jul 30, 2008
I have two solutions. First, choose a song and start playing it and then try to delete the song later. If you can't choose a song, try my other solution. This might not work but it's worth a shot. Do you have windows or a mac because this solution is for windows. Download the newest firmware version for your sandisk at http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376
Click on download sansa firmware updater and install it. After you have installed it, plug your E260 in. After a couple of seconds, an icon should pop up on the toolbar in the bottom right corner. Check the boxes and then install it to your E260. When it is finished installing, unplug your player and it will shut off after about 10 or 15 seconds. Turn it on and go to settings. Choose USB mode and look at the mode that it is currently on. Choose a different mode and plug it into your computer. Look through the folders and try to find music that you can get rid of. Try all 3 modes to find the music folder. I hope that it works for you. Otherwise, just ask Sandisk.
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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