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Sansa e280 not working

I just had songs on my sansa e280.
So i had saved my songs to my computer becuase i was about to format it.
So i had formated it and while it was formating i had clicked cancel.
So i unpluged my sansa from my computer and a message poped up saying "Not enough space for music db,please free 6mb"
so my computer doesnt reconize my sansa,i cant put songs on it or videos..
ITS LIKE TOTALLT RUINED
Please help................................................Adam

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I had the same issue. Plug the player in your PC. Go to "my computer" right click the Sansa player. Go to Properties and then select the "tools" tab. Run the error check and the disc defragmentation

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