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This sounds like a battery issue. The battery sounds dead, try replacing the battery with a known good battery. If this doesn't solve your problem, plug it into your computer and try to access it's data, if you can access the data then the device is fine, the power is not.
Depends on the mp3 player you have. Try plugging the mp3 player into the computer from there go to my computer and click on the device. From there you can access the media on the mp3 player and delete it. If the player is a "Ipod" or "Zune". You will need to use the software to delete the contents by clicking on your mp3 player.
What i would recommend you to do is if you have windows xp to uninstall windows media player 11 and reinstall windows media player...if you already have 10 just upgrade to 11.. That should solve the problem I hope that helps Thank you
Originaly this player was only plugged into a computer with windows Vista installed. I then plugged it into a laptop with Windows XP pro. It told me that it was unformatted and asked me if I wanted to format it now. I formated it as FAT32. Once the formatting was complete I unplugged the player and the display on the player said that is was creating folders. I had a functioning mp3 player once that was done.
Put the player in MSC mode. You can do this by turning on the hold switch before connecting to computer. Also can be set in the settings, USB of the player menu.Turn on the hold switch and plug the m250 into your computer. Find the Sansa removable device under My Computer. Right click on the Sansa icon and select Fat32 from the list. Then select format. Hope this helps
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