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when you pluging memory card to your computer. if you are using windowsxp go to control plane. goto administrative tools. go to diskmamagement u will see your memory card right click on it change the drive letter to something like i, j,k like.
That's happening to mine. I checked the player today and there was MAJOR corruption inside. Plug in the player and go into your songs folder and see if you notice anything strange. If it won't turn off, hold down the menu button until it does, this always helps me. Good luck! Hope that helps! :)
It's dead. Throw it out and buy an i-pod. My e280 did the same thing. One day: fine, the next day: Blue Ring of Death. I have tried everything on the internet, even downloaded Ubuntu and typed in all the e200tool Nuclearscriping BOARDSUPPORTSD and Manufacturing Mode commands. Nothing. It's dead 2months out of warranty. Piece of %$#@!!
Try holding the power button down for at least 10 to 15 seconds. That should turn it off. Turn it back on. If this doesn't work, try taking the battery out for a few seconds. If it still comes up with only the blue ring on, called Sandisk tech support to try to get an RMA.
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