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My sansa (sandisk e 250) help me pleas

When I connect my sansa (e250 sandisk) I get:
USB cable connected
USB2.0 between MSD Mode

and somtimes I get:
USB cable connected
USB2.0 between MSD Mode
SCSI CMD 2d

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Switch to mtp mode or auto in the menu - read your manual for details, and see if you have better luck

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