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It froze and deleted all of my songs! HELP!

I tried to record something on my MP3 player and when i went to save it, the whole player froze! I couldn't get it to do anything, I even had to take out the batterie just to get it to turn off! Now everytime I turn it on, a little screen pops up that says "MTP DB mismatch format? No space for DB. please delete more than 4.0 MG" When I finally got it to turn on all of my pictures and songs had been deleted but when i plug it into the computer it says everything is on there still! Some one PLEASE help me here!!!!

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  • Anonymous Dec 31, 2007

    its broke

  • nkbhogal Aug 25, 2008

    My problem is similar. When I power on I get a message ""MTP DB mismatch format? No space for DB. please delete more than 4.0 MG". There are no music files. Unable to format. Only the FM radio works. All other options hang. Looking for a resolution to this.

  • ScottEd_7 Oct 31, 2008

    Mine Did the same thing i went and put some pictures on my mp3 player and when i turned it on it said no space for Db please delete 4.0 mb and then it says select language and i chose English then it says that i have no songs and when i go to menu and click music and select play all it freezes

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Hey, I had that very same problem. My C140 actually started straight from the beginning with the 'select a language.' I suggest, that you press the on button, go into settings, reset all and go into music and play all. It reappears, but everytime I turned it on, I had to do the same procedure each time. I don't know if there's a better solution, but that's what I got for now. Amanda

Posted on Sep 15, 2007

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Dear paige1340, I was surfing the web looking for help with my sandisk c140 and I came across this page. I just had a similar experience with my sandisk c140. Im sorry that this isnt a helpful email, but I was wondering if you figured out how to fix that problem. Then only difference between yours and mine is that mine are gone even when I check with it connected to my computer. I tried to format it but it did not change anything. If you have any suggestion that would be great. My email is below. Brice [email protected]

Posted on Feb 22, 2007

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