My sansa just got completely wiped. plus, it says i don't have enough memory to play "music DB". I know i can format it, but how do i prevent this from happening again?
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
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Remove the microSD card, then delete one or more files in the Sansa's internal memory to free up an additional 30MB.
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What does that mean - "music db" ? I put all of my music on my 1 Gig and it works great. I put all Harry Potters audio books on my 8 GIG and still have 1.5 gig left for music.
Everything is wiped out and so is the radio! Please help !!
The Music DB refers to the information (i.e. - Artist, Album, etc.).
The device need you to free up 6MB so it can create this. Connect the device to the PC and delete several songs until you have at least 6MB free. Disconnect it, restart, and youre all set. Best of Luck.
PLEASE HELP I CAN"T LIVE WITH OUT MY SANSA
"Please free 6MB for music DB" means that there is not enough MEMORY for the MUSIC DataBase. Therefore, you cannot see the music on your device.
To resolve this, you need to delete music until your device is less than 6MB of being full. Generally 10 to 15 songs should do the trick. Best of Luck,
Music DB??? clear 6 MB???
Have you tried re-formatting the device? This will "wipe" memory, getting rid of corrupted files, etc. and should restore use.
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