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How to recover the files that initially came with the player

For some reason all the files disappeared from the player

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  • alanis413 Apr 23, 2008

    Yes , I did format it by accident

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2008

    I was just adventuring my 2 day old T10 and i clicked on format and it all deleted help

  • gingerrenee Dec 17, 2008

    I accidentally formatted the memory card in my digital camera and all of my pictures disappreared. HELP!!

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Hahaha, i did the same!
but just download new softwear its really easy just type it in to google and i appears! :):)

Posted on May 04, 2008

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U formatt it by accident?

Posted on Apr 22, 2008

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My recording has just disappeared after looking with zero size.


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I was updating my Sansa e250 player while connected to my computer (windows xp), and then when I disconnected it (using the "safely disconnect hardware button), the usual message appeared on the Sansa --...


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1) Move "Hold Switch" to "Hold"
2) Press REC switch and power on switch untill the display shows "Recover Mode"
3) Then connect your player to your PC. The player should now show up as a removable drive.
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Deleted files


You may try some recovery software to rescue the files on your MP2 player, here are some for your option.
Photo Video Music Recovery (for Windows)
Photo Video Music Recovery for Mac

Both programs can also recover video and music. Note: Before your files are recovered, do not attempt to save more files to the player in case the original files(your pictures) are overwritten.

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Hidden file after the player kisses the ground :(


Well try update the whole thing it will be as good as new.
Goto this webpage to do so:

http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376

or

try to recover you player from this site :

http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1532

These might help buddy.

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Deleted my music files


You will not be able to recover- sorry.

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Hey JayMac, Your s30 is not possible to map it to a drive letter. The reason ? cause your s30 and the other brothers of your mp3 are MTP class mp3's. Meaning that they are Media Transfer Protocol mp3's, so you can only transfer media files. If your mp3 player would be a USB Mass Storage Device, like alot of other mp3's, well you would've been able to recover you're files. But until now, the answer is no you can't recover the files just becauses of that stupid invention of Microsoft, the MTP.

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All of a sudden all the files on my sansa m230 disappeared.


your not using the correct program! you use windows media players. its most recommeded from sandisk. go to the sync section and on the side bar there'll be like a read snasa m30 right click on it clcik format media. then go to the sync section and drag the files u want in to the lil box and click sync

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