Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I was having some problems with my sansa e260, couldn't delete and upload music. So I used the recovery tool, as I had done once before (although that time the device worked fine), but this time something happened and my computer won't see the device. I tried switching from MTP to MSC mode in USB settings of the device, then also tried the recovery tool couple more times as suggested by one expert here. But still no success. When I open the device it says that the "refresh database fail", then when I connect it to computer in MTP mode, the computer does not recognize it. When I plug it with MSC mode it shows empty E and F drives. The memory on the device info shows 0 MB, and free space is also 0 MB. Can anyone suggest what I need to do to make it work again? I really appreciate your help. Thank you very much in advance.
it wont turn on and it says that there is not enough space for music DB...please delete 4 MB
Look, I think the best thing to do is to return the product. Normally, they gave you a new one. My old one broke with a blank screen. So the bestbuy guy talked to his manager and gave me a new one.
Posted on Apr 27, 2008
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