Question about SanDisk Sansa m230 MP3 Player
You could possibly have a corrup file or virus in your system. If your PC is virus free please connect the ipod and refresh. if not detected reinstall the drivers for the port you selected and try again. use a different usb port if you have one and refresh. Try this on another PC to confirm, if so there is sofware fault on the ipod. if not reinstall driver/ refresh you PC , then use the search window from the start key and search for all files in the ipod using an (*) in the search for files selecting the device to be searched. if you get the files, save them all to a folder and erase/format the device. I hope my adivce is helpful.Good day.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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