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Cannot delete photos Sansa e250

I have several photos that I had loaded onto the Sandisk and now that I want to delete them to free up the space, I cannot. The can bee seen when viewed on the Sandisk but when hooked up to the computer, they cannot be located. Can the Sandisk be set back to its original state?

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If you have a newer brand computer like and HP for example, go to the control panel, then double click on the Portable Media Devices folder and look for another folder showing what images you have on the device and you can delete them from device

Posted on Feb 17, 2007

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The error means your device is too full. It needs some free space on the device to create this information.

Connect your device to the PC and manually delete some files from it in My Computer>Device Name (m240)>MUSIC Folder.

It needs 6MB of free space, so you may need to delete several songs.

Disconnect the device from the PC, it should restart and you should be ok. If the message continues, keep deleting files until its gone,



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