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Sansa frozen I had just added a new song on it and i unplugged it and now its frozen saying connected. i tried to plug it back in but my computer now says it doesnt recognize the device and its malfunctioning. i left it unplugged all day and its still on the same screen. i tried powering it off but nothing works. what should i do?

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Reset the player - see manual or the Sandisk website for details - usually holding power in for 15 seconds or more
You are going to have to charge it for 3-4 hours before trying any additional fixes, because you let the battery drain

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