Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
Ok, so last night i had to delete a track because it said it was a "bad track" so i did that, and then reinstalled the track, because i knew that there was no way it could've been infected. everything went well. then today, i turned it on and it worked fine. then i turned it off for a while.
when i turned it back on, instead of going to the song i played last, it went to the main menu with a message saying "NOT ENOUGH SPACE FOR MUSIC DB, PLEASE FREE 6MB." i thought it was wierd, so i checked my music list to find that EVERYTHING was gone!
Could this be a virus? and if not, is there any hope?
First, I'll link you to an Anti-virus program, it's free, it's great, just register and schedule a boot scan.
Second link is for an on-line back-up I have of recovery software.
Run the recovery program and save all data to a folder on your Hard drive and virus check it.
Third link is for the firmware to re-set the mp3 player or update as needed. make sure the mp3 is not connected when you load and first run the firmware update.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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