Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Once connected to my pc how do i go about doing that?
GO TO MY COMPUTER AND THEN RIGHT CLICK THE DRIVE LETTER OF YOUR SANSA, THERE CHOOSE / CLICK FORMAT THE DRIVE.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
You might be able to fix your player by reloading the firmware. You'll need to first determine which model of player you have. You should use the appropriate firmware download and instructions sticky thread at the top of the board to do a manual update rather than using the autoupdater, which will not overwrite your existing (and possibly corrupt) firmware if it is already the latest version. Make a note of your firmware version before and after so you can confirm that the update was successful.
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Posted on Sep 17, 2009
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