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you have to generate the system file in your player. you can doing this by recording your own voice or recording a fm station song(if the option is present) and save it to the device. after that reset your device and upgrade it using the firmware manager from the software cd . but this will format your device and all the data will be lost
Look in the RECORD folder for your recorded .WAV files. These files may or may not work with Windows Media Player, which can generally be used to burn music files to a CD in the CD audio (CDDA) format or .WMA music data format. Conversion of the wave files into other formats, such as .MP3 is especially difficult since many programs don't recognize the headerless format that Sansa uses for its recorded .WAV files. I had to use JetAudio to convert them.
There is a reset button accessible by a paper clip through a small hole on the top of the player. This will reset your player (this is an extremely useful button!). You will not lose any data/tracks but you will have to reset the time/date when you turn your player back on.