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How to format sandisk sansa m240

My model is m220 version -3.2.8a memory
Total 00mb
Available 00mb
Songs 2340
Spoken word 0
Recordings 107

but my sansa is not start i am start my sansa but no file data

i am try to sansa format but not start format i am select fat&fat32 one by one selected but not a format i am right click general file system:RAW
pls inform how to format

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  • bioprasanna Aug 03, 2008

    I am try to sansa format but not start format i am select fat&fat32
    one by one selected but not a format. help me how to fomat. model Sansa240mp3 3.2a

  • shellamae Aug 04, 2008

    sandisk m240...i need to download songs from laptop

  • Anonymous Aug 05, 2008

    can not format

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    When i go for info on the player
    Information
    sansa m220
    version
    -3.2.8A
    www.sandisk.com
    Memory
    total 00MB
    available 00MB
    songs 2340
    spoken words 0
    recordings 107
    )))and when i click on menu>play music it stucks*(i hav to remove battry and put to turn it on )
    ONLY FM works and the settings cannot be saved...
    when i record it says NO disc space
    it shows 0/0 files....
    WHEN I CONNECT IT IN MSC mode it shows as an "Removable Disk" size will be 00md it cannotbe formated in windows*unix*
    When connected in MTP mode it will be "MT"
    FRAME WARE UPDATE IS NOT WORKIND
    cannot copy any files into it...
    when i open it in My computes as an Removable Disk it says to format disc , when i do so it cannot format disk<>

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    MY SANDISK SANSA IS FROZE AND NOT WORKINGAND I WANT TO FORMAT IT NOW



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Shoot that ugly piece of ****. I have the same prob. I am about to grab an ak-47 and put a couple rounds into it. Everytime i use reg. batt. my mem. erases. Now it forgot who it is and i dont know how to format it. Rechargable batteries dont giv me any probs, tho. Help!
Tell how to format it plz

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Yeah it sux..but I have found if you remove the power source (i.e. the battery) for a duration of time then you have a 30% it will restart..can help you about the file lose though..that **** sux..cheap bastard.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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