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Sandisk Sansa m240 1 GB

HI - this thing is frozen, taking the battery out or doing hard restarts doesn't help. It just hangs at the startup screen. Firmware 4.0.44A. I'd wipe the memory with a magnet if it wasn't flash memory. Not sure if there's anything else I can do. Computer doesn't recognize it anymore by USB either. Jon

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  • Anonymous Aug 15, 2007

    Sorry, wrong forum - I'd move it but not sure how

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My sansa did the same thing. I registered it on sandisk.com and they are sending me and new one, so I suggest you do the same.

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