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My mp3 stays on the loading part

It doesant even notice when i plug it in and it doesant let me look at the songs when i unplug it either it just satys on that screen

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Can you explain it to me in a little more detail? If so, then I might be able to help you

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Plug the mp3 to the pc. Open the mp3 device folder. Put the songs that you want it the player. Then unplug the player. The songs are already in the mp3 player.
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hello sir
its a technical problem in all the mp3 devices not only your so calm down.......here is your solution
plug the device to your computer> then go to my computer> right click on your device > click format> then format it... unplug it then again plug it and load some songs in it and try to listen
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No text on any menu screens

Update the firmware.

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Make sure the lock switch on the back is in the unlocked position. For the player to say "Loading," especially the first time you plug it into the computer, is normal - your computer is communicating with the player, installing drivers, and trying to load the Easy Rip Software. If it stays on loading past 10 minutes, however, something is not right. If you have selected to open the device automatically using Windows Media Player, you are headed for trouble, especially if you have more music and other files on your computer than the mp3 player can handle. If you have accidentally done this, disable auto-sync in Windows Media Player.
If you have checked the above, and you are still having problems, disconnect the mp3 player from the computer. Hold in the power button for 10 seconds or more to reset the mp3 player. Try plugging the mp3 player into the computer again. If it stays on loading for more than 10 minutes, unplug the mp3 player, go into the settings menu and change the mode from MSC to MTP or vice versa. If it still misbehaves when you replug the mp3 player into the computer, download the latest Easy Rip software from RCA's website and update your player's firmware - take note of the section they have on Windows Vista if you have Windows Vista. Good luck!

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Weird notice on sansa e200 player

hehe. mine had the same thing. exact same. no lie. i think it means you have a virus on it. im not 100% percent sure though so dont destroy it just yet.

have you tried putting it into recovery mode? to do this simply plug it into your computer, then push the hold button so the orange is showing. Next, you want to push AND hold the record button AND the power button at the same time. After a few seconds it should reset to factory settings. i hope it works for you. i haven't had time to fix mine yet becuase i lost the cable that plugs into your computer =p cant do it without it!
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ooh you got big problems .. i think do your computer regonize the mp3 player? can you see the partitions on the mp3 player

what os are you using xp,vista,ubuntu,mac,kubuntu.....
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maby you can reinstall the whole mp3 serch on google and you find much information
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The device has 2 modes of operation, if you transferred music in both modes, it is not reflected in the other.

Easiest solution is to format the device to remove everything, then transfer your files back to the device, staying in 1 specific mode.



Best of Luck.
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