20 Most Recent SanDisk Sansa c140 MP3 Player - Page 7 Questions & Answers


hi, I have tha same problem too, did you fix it? [email protected]

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Mar 20, 2008


Try to connect your Sansa c140 to another PC. If it continued to show that it isn't recognized then I'm sorry to tell you that your Sansa ROM has malfunctioned. Only people at Sandisk could fix it.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Feb 26, 2008


All you need to do is delete a few of your songs off, 2 or 3 should be enough.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Feb 21, 2008


Are u retarder or maybe u can´t read?? he wrote that he can´t any options in the player

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Feb 10, 2008


Does the player show up as a disk drive when you connect it to the USB drive of the PC. If so, you should be able use Windows explorer (assuming it's a Windows PC) to access the player like you would any other drive, find and find and delete the files.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Feb 10, 2008


Step One
Connect the USB cable to your Sansa MP3 player, then hook the other end to a free USB port on your computer.

Step Two
Give the computer time to recognize the Sansa MP3 player. Once it has, double-click on the MP3 player’s icon to view the music files stored to memory.

Step Three
Scroll through the list of audio files until you find the ones that you wish to delete from the Sansa MP3 player.

Step Four
Click on single items or click and lasso multiple files.

Step Five
Right-click on the highlighted files to pull down an action list and from there select Delete. The computer will ask if you really want to throw the file away. Select OK.

Step Six
Exit from the window, then disconnect the USB cable from the Sansa MP3 player. The player will automatically turn off. The memory will update the first time you turn the player on after deleting songs.

I hope that helps!!

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 27, 2008


Does it show up as a drive on your PC when you plug it into the USB drive of the PC? If so, you should just be able to access it like any other drive and drag/drop the recording files onto your PC.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 27, 2008


I too had a problem with the headphone jack. It took me a while, and a few scratches on my Sansa C140 case, but I FINALLY figured out how to seperate the case.
1) POP the black top (with the buttons and display cover) off. Get under the edge and pry, working your way around. It's just snapped on.
2) With that cover off, you will see four (4) screws, one on each corner. Remove these. The BOTTOM will now come off (may require a little wiggling to slip the battery terminals out of their grooves).
3) You should now be left with the main board contained within the middle of the plastic case. Removing the board is a CHALLENGE as it is held (not tightly) by a couple of tabs, as well as the headphone jack and the connection port.

Be careful when working to get the board free. I ended up popping two of the solder-tabs off the board for the headphone jack when "prying" the board out of the case. Luckily I was able to fix it when re-soldering the jack to the board. And one of these may have already bad (requiring the repair in the first place).

Reverse the steps to put it back together, again being careful when re-inserting the board back into the casing.

Good luck. Hope this answer still find you in time...

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 27, 2008


my brother had the same problem with the e250r after dropping it (do not know if u did) i opened it and fiddled with the wires and it popped to life just fiddle with the guts ans it should come rite back to life if ur looking for a quick fix.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 24, 2008


For Sansa or Sandisk problems, contact http://www.sansacommunity.com/ This site is dedicated to Sandisk products and can help you. Good Luck

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 19, 2008


You can download the manual from the link below: http://www.sandisk.com/Assets/File/pdf/retail/25991_sandisk_angl.pdf Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 15, 2008


For Sansa or Sandisk problems, contact http://www.sansacommunity.com/ This site is dedicated to Sandisk products and can help you. Good Luck

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 15, 2008


I don't know if this will help but you can try this:

If you can, open your mp3 player and go to settings. Under the USB menu change it to MSC.

If you can't don't worry, but either way try this:

Plug in the mp3 player to the computer. Open the My Computer on your desktop, right click on the Sansa mp3 player and click Format. Make sure Fat32 is checked and Quick format is UNchecked. Then format the mp3 player. After that it should be clean and work just like a USB drive.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 15, 2008


Have you already tried onnect the mp3 to the usb port and using my computer to see the player.

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 13, 2008


For Sansa or Sandisk problems, contact http://www.sansacommunity.com/ This site is dedicated to Sandisk products and can help you. Good Luck

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 11, 2008


i you open up the files musi cor what ever you stoted your files to yo should be able just klik on the left buton on the mouse and hit send to .... and just pick the destination on your pc that you want it to go to.

hope this helps

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Jan 08, 2008


I have a quick and painless solution for you.

First open your mp3 player and go to settings. Under the USB menu change it to MSC. Then plug in the mp3 player to the computer. Open the My Computer on your desktop, right click on the Sansa mp3 player and click Format. Make sure Fat32 is checked and Quick format is UNchecked. Then format the mp3 player. After that it should be clean and work just like a USB drive.

Hope this helps!

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Dec 23, 2007


I have a quick and painless solution for you.

First open your mp3 player and go to settings. Under the USB menu change it to MSC. Then plug in the mp3 player to the computer. Open the My Computer on your desktop, right click on the Sansa mp3 player and click Format. Make sure Fat32 is checked and Quick format is UNchecked. Then format the mp3 player. After that it should be clean and work just like a USB drive.

Hope this helps!

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Dec 23, 2007


I have a quick and painless solution for you.

First open your mp3 player and go to settings. Under the USB menu change it to MSC. Then plug in the mp3 player to the computer. Open the My Computer on your desktop, right click on the Sansa mp3 player and click Format. Make sure Fat32 is checked and Quick format is UNchecked. Then format the mp3 player. After that it should be clean and work just like a USB drive.

Hope this helps!

SanDisk Sansa... | Answered on Dec 23, 2007

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