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I can't used my sansa sandisk m260 , Every time I turn on it says Finalizing Update until it shut off and nothing appear on screen.

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You will need to reset the device using a small pin and pressing the reset button on the rear side.You must have interuppted the programme and so it has hung up. I think this should sove the issue.Good Luck.

Posted on Jun 28, 2010

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2. VERY IMPORTANT...Turn the "Hold button" ON.. (slide it to the right)

3. Now, plug it into the computer, it would be better if you used a USB 2 port that is located on the back of the computer (it''s on the motherboard)
4. Go to "MY Computer" and see if it shows up as a "Removable disk"
5. If it''s there, then reformat it to ...FAT32...not FAT.if you need help with reformatting let me know.
EDIT* When I called Sandisk on 1-3-07, the tech I spoke with instructed me to reformat to FAT32. Now (2-14-07) I get this from them..."(select "FAT" if the capacity of your Sansa is less than 2GB. For larger players, select "FAT32"). I found I lost a few megs when I formated to FAT32 on my m240, but didn't notice any other difference.

6 Unplug it and let it finalize. Give it lots of time.
7. Return the "Hold button" to off.
I hope that help
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go to your menue and it should be the third or forth one click that untill you can read it




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maybe there are corrupt songs in the player. Try this procedure. Turn on the hold switch then connect to the computer open my computer and check if the player ti detected if yes right click on it and format the player if not. I suggest calling sandisk.

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