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STACIE LEO Posted on Aug 21, 2006
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Mp3 player froze up

My sansa m200 series mp3 player is showing the music is playing but I have no sound (the face of the player has the artist and song on it). It happened after I tried downloading new music. I also can not power it off, I have to remove the battery. The light on the face does not come on either. I may have downloaded a virus. I am not good on the computer. I do not know how to revive my player. Please help!

  • STACIE LEO Aug 22, 2006

    Thank you so much! It works perfectly!

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Try formatting your player and reintall the software. It should work.

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