Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I was flipping through many of my songs that I had on my Sansa and all of a sudden it deleted all of the songs off of it and a red box came up saying "Not enough space for Music DB. Please free 6MB." I thought oh well this isn't the first time I have had to format it. (Before I had to format many times because it said it couldn't find the song and to keep listening to them you had to resync, but it wouldn't resync because the computer said the songs were on there; so, i just formatted it.) I hooked it up to my computer and does its little beep saying that it found something but Windows Media Player doesn't recognize it, which has happened before; so, I unplugged it a couple of times, which i have to do about 50% of the time, but no success. I'm not sure if this will help much but somewhere I found "The device cannot start. Error (Code 10)
If it has an interal format function try that when disconnected from the computer
Posted on May 29, 2008
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