Question about SanDisk Sansa e130 MP3 Player
I hope this may help you, as it did for me. You can usually use Google to find older versions of the firmware (this is the stuff that makes the player function correctly when you power it on) at least that is the best definition I can give you! You can save the firmware to your PC, then connect the player to begin reloading the firmware that way, I would suggest going to SanDisk's website (sandisk.com) but for older units, they may not have the firmware available for that model anymore. Anyway, no you do not have to have the unit hooked up (unless you want to) and having the SD card in the player will not effect nor mess up so long as you make sure that you download the firmware to the Sansa, and not onto the removable disc. Good Luck, and I hope it works for you!
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Before updating the firmware, be sure to verify and complete the following procedures:
Back up all audio, video, image or data files stored in the player to a secure location before changing the firmware.
All contents in the player will be lost when you install a new firmware.
Close all active applications as well as all background applications, including all media players and anti-virus programs such Norton Anti-virus.
Disable the Detector application in Creative MediaSource.
To do so, start Creative MediaSource, click on Tools, Settings, and then Detector. Uncheck the box next to Enable Detector.
Close down MediaSource.
Ensure that the firmware download was saved into the hard drive of your PC, not the player itself. Otherwise, it will report an error message Unable to lock the drive.
To check for firmware version before the firmware download, please refer to the section How Do I Find the Firmware Version on a Creative MP3 Player
To update the firmware of a Creative MP3 player, follow the procedures below.
Download the appropriate firmware from http://www.creative.com/support.
While at the site, select a region to download from.
At the download page, make sure you select the exact model of your MP3 player.
You can also select your product and firmware from the list below.
Each firmware download is accompanied by a Web Release Note under Show Details.
To find out more on how to install a firmware, click on the Show Details button at the download page, or refer to the README.TXT file if included with download.
Connect your player to your PC and check that it is installed correctly
Double click on the downloaded firmware file.
A window will appear with instructions on how to complete the firmware update.
hope this helps
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