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Mp3 player my player says rebuilding the library please wait has been like that for abot 12 hours cannot turn off or anything

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On the side by the HOLD switch there is a small hole in the housing. Use a pin or a paper-clip to press into that hole until you feel a small click (but not too hard). This is the reset button.

If the unit does not behave after the reset you can try removing the back plate and take out the battery for a few seconds, replace and power up again.

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Take off the back plate. Take out the battery. Put it all back together.

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Resetting does nothing!!!! just back to rebuilding library and freezes again!!! nonstop circle


maybe use up all the battery life (until it won't even turn on any more) and wait an hour or two, then turn it back on... just a suggestion

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hey this is so funny! i was just looking up the same question...while i was waiting...i used the reset button...my zen is now unstuck and its just rebuilding the library....hope this helps! :]

Oct 17, 2009 | Creative Labs Zen V MP3 Player

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I am listening to it and it freezes saying rebuilding the library please wait...It won't shut off or anything


refurbish to manufactier settings should be fine if not sell if before it goes bad

Oct 07, 2009 | Insignia Sport MP3 Player

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The screen says" rebuilding the library, please wait"


Rhapsody (if that's the program you're using) uses a database file to store your library information on your computer (locally). Every time you sign into Rhapsody, this database must synchronize its contents with the Rhapsody servers. Sometimes your local Rhapsody database goes out of sync with the main Rhapsody servers, causing trouble with your library or playlists.

If Rhapsody is unable to resynchronize, you may get this error message. This error can also be caused by local database corruption or security settings blocking the connection to the server. To resolve this issue:

1. First, close Rhapsody, then re-open it and try again.
2. Try resetting your Internet Explorer privacy / security settings for Rhapsody
3. If that doesn't work, try resynchronizing Rhapsody with the server running a simple tool called dbclient
To run the dbclient:
Open My Computer.
  1. In the C: drive, browse to Program Files.
  2. Open the Rhapsody program file folder usually named 'Rhapsody'.
  3. Double-click the dbclient program in this folder (Vista users: right-click dbclient and select Run As Administrator).
  4. When the Success dialog box appears, click OK.
  5. Start Rhapsody and sign back in.
Let me know if this works
Hope this will FixYa problem
Moises

Jan 21, 2009 | Insignia NS-DV2G MP3 Player

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Rebuilding library


Hi

i advice you to reformat your Sansa m230

Thanks!

Jul 12, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa m230 MP3 Player

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I would recommend that you update the firmware on your device..that usually solve the problem you are having...to update the firmware follow the link below..
http://www.sandisk.com/DriverDownload/download.asp
I hope that helps
Please rate accordingly
Thank You
Computerrep

Mar 24, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player

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Frozen


Hey Shaya, Try this solution: double click on my computer right click on the Sansa icon Choose Format. This should release your snsa and allow you to upload music again and play it.

Sep 03, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa m250 MP3 Player

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Please Wait, Rebuilding the Library


GOOD LUCK!! i am soooo frustrated with these little **** players. my old Discman is looking pretty good at this stage. at least it was straight forward!!.

Feb 27, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa m250 MP3 Player

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hi well by the manual you need to leave it be untill itll finish http://files.americas.creative.com/manualdn/Manuals/TSD/7291/Zen_NX_Manual.pdf (my suggestion: download it, soo you will have always) if it wont reset format copy files as usual... good luck

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