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Battery Problem??? My new Sansa E260 is giving me a message that says "Battery is too low system shutdown". However, I was able to download music from Rhapsody, and while I was listening to it, it froze and this screen came up. When I plug it in to my laptop it shows charging to a full charge, however when I try to turn it on, I continue to get this same error. I hold the power button down to shut it off and it blanks out and the same message comes up and the blue light stays on. Please help!!!!

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  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2008

    Displays message Battery to low sytem shut down

  • covey95
    covey95 Jun 11, 2008

    it wont charge the battery and it drains while its off

  • LSRRAVI Nov 13, 2008

    i am not able to switch off my sansa e260 and it shows "Battery is too low System shutdown"

  • Anonymous Dec 25, 2008

    I have the same problem!

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    sansa fuze e250 3 weeks old. Loaded with music. Great! Now it wont charge at all. It says battery too low system shutdown. Plug into usb like usual to charge, nothing,black screen and it gets very very very HOT on the back of it!!!!!! Why wont it charge up?Thanks kn29

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Would this keep it from power on?
And is There a way to open it up to check/ replace battery???
Just to clarify this IS A HTC BLUE ATT CELLPHONE

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Ok it takes a while but heres the solution. Slide the hold button to ON and hold down the REC button.While still holding the REC button,connect the USB port and wait for your PC to find it. Once it has found it type this link in to download Firm Ware. It may take a while but it is worth the wait.Once it is downloaded to your player EJECT!!! the player before disconnecting the USB port.Now just wait for it to format yor player and it should be working good as new again. =)

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Ok it takes a while but heres the solution. Slide the hold button to ON and hold down the REC button.While still holding the REC button,connect the USB port and wait for your PC to find it. Once it has found it type this link in to download Firm Ware. www.sandisk.com/assets/file/downloads/firmware/e200fw01.00.12.exe It may take a while but it is worth the wait.Once it is downloaded to your player EJECT!!! the player before disconnecting the USB port.Now just wait for it to format yor player and it should be working good as new again. =)

Posted on Mar 08, 2007

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