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SanDisk Sansa Express 2.0.Gb

Can't get the sansa on. Sometimes it shows for a moment the lighted name on the screen, but in a moment it is like dead. The PC doesn't react to the connected Sansa. In two of the trials to get it on, it showed for a moment a picture of a lock but I don't find anywhere explanation how to open the lock and how to get the device on. What to do? I have recorded important lectures and I would want to listen to those.

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U will see a Lock/Unlock Slide Switch or a Hold/Unhold Slide Switch on the Mp3 player slide it to the opposite direction and it will work

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Dear sir i am using sansa express 1gb .its not working at all.when i switch on the player it shows "sansa" for 2 min ,then it disappears.after that i wnt be able to open it.but my computer is dtecting when...


There is online support for Sansa Express. When searching for Answers on the topic "express" it gives next list:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/list/kw/express/r_id/101834


Going to item 13 "Sansa player not recognized by the computer":
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/42

When the player is brand new, click on the link in the opened page in the page top or use next direct link:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/42#brandnew

Else follow up the instructions as described in item 13.

Sansa Express user guide

If more help is needed just post a comment.

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Sansa device is not displayed on my computer


If it is connected to the PC, then this is normal.
If it is not connected to the PC, reset the device.
Here is a link to your user's manual: which shows you the reset:
http://www.sandisk.com/sansa/assets/English/products/c200/c200_userguide_en.pdf

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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I need to know the maximum GB external micro sd card I can put in a sansa E260 4 GB Mp3 player and a sansa express 1gb mp3 Player.


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you can use 4GB it is the applicable memory on your mp3.
if you will try to use much higher than 4gb sometimes it is the reason why our player are hanging up.

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Try a soft reset. Do this by pressing the center button and the up volume button simultaneously and try turning it on. If that does not work for you, you will need to get a micro sd card (it can be a dummy) and insert it into the slot on the side of the mp3 player. If you do not have one, you can use one of the round edges of a paper clip (be careful) to get it to come on. When you put either in, it should come on automatically, but if not, just press the power button. This should work.

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The Sansa Express was only designed to hold up to a 2 GB Micro SD card because that is as much expandable memory it was meant to read. Anything bigger as in your case will cause the player to go slower than normal as it tries to read the card and after a while, it will most likely freeze. If you try it with a 2 GB Micro SD card, it should work.

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There is a power button on the side of the player

The user manual is available from Sandisk's website:
http://www.sandisk.com/Assets/File/downloads/user-guides/express-userguide-en.pdf

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Hard reset the device by slide and hold the power button up for 10 seconds. This will delete anything you have on the Clip.

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Put it on a steady surface like on the ground and take the largest hammer (metal one will work fine) and hit it as hard as you can...All my problems are resolved!

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i tell you connect to the computer your device
and right click on your device and format it

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2 Suggestions: 1) It may be that the battery isnt charged, let the unit charge fully 2) If that doesnt work, its probably time to send the unit back to sandisk

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