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I left my 4 GB SanDisk MP3 player charging today and had tried to download a song from a network, and came home to find it stuck with the "Refresh Database" screen on and I can't seem to turn it on or off from that. Please help!

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  • Jagganesha Jul 07, 2008

    Yes, I will do that but I am not sure how to
    remove the battery..thanks!

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Remove your battery and leave it out for a few hours and then inset it again. This should reset your player and hopefully solve your problem.

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Try to remove the battery to reset it and thet should do the trick.......

Hope that helps....

Posted on Jul 07, 2008

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