My SANSA C240 would go blank when startup, this actually happen when i used a HDD disk imaging program to dump image of my MP3 player, then formatted my MP3 via PC and try to restore the image created to the MP3, but the disk imaging program gave an error after restoring, then i tried format it via MP3 setting it hanged, when i re-insert the battery it would go blank; maybe the problem lies that the disk imaging software restores a MBR to my MP3 that actually corrupted it.
Anyway i tried many of those recovery method, it just wont go into recovery mode. When plug my MP3 into my PC, the OS would just popup the Add New Hardware Wizard. I also tried the SANSA Connection Recovery Software, it also dosen't work.
Any Solution think most probably to work, sent me to my email SiLvERHACK.firstname.lastname@example.org, as i no $$$$ to replace the device so plz help!!!! I LOVE MY MP3 SO MUCH!
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Microsoft Windows 95 employs the use of a bootable floppy disk to begin the installation of the Windows 95 operating system or to troubleshoot problems with the system. Microsoft Windows 95 uses the MS-DOS system to boot the computer first and then loads the Windows 95 operating system onto the machine. Windows 95 Boot Disks may be created in one of two ways: The Startup disk may be created from within Windows or a boot disk may be created from a free downloaded boot disk image. After the boot disk is created the disk may be used to boot the computer and install or troubleshoot Windows 95.
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On Windows XP, when you open My Computer, the Sansa C240 shows up at the bottom, under "Other". Because of DRM restrictions, you cannot copy media files to the C240 using Windows Explorer. You have to use Windows Media Player to sync playlists to the C240 (WinAmp can do it also). I also suggest that you check out RockBox. It's an alternative operating system for portable media players and they have a version for the Sansa C240. It will give you some additional functionality. As far as I can tell, to copy files to the microSD card (if you're using one) you have to use a media card reader, then insert the card into the C240.
I'm not sure what you are asking, but maybe my experience can help you. I was using Windows 2000 (it has no DRM) and the Sansa C240 was displayed in Windows Explorer like a removable drive. I could copy and delete files in Windows Explorer. I switched to Windows XP and when I connected the C240, no files were displayed for it in Windows Explorer. I realized that XP had DRM and all the media files had to be transfered with Windows Media Player. When I opened WMP, it recognized the C240, but it didn't list any of the mp3 files I had already loaded on the C240. WMP asked if I wanted to delete all the media currently on the C240, but I clicked No. After that, WMP worked like the old files didn't exist. It would only delete files that had been copied to the C240 when it was synced. I would recommend that you use Windows Media Player (or WinAmp) to delete all old media files on the C240 and use the sync button to copy and delete files from the C240. See Windows Media Player help for details.