ALL DATA WILL BE LOST WITH THIS PROCEDURE!!
You can try a ROM recovery.
- TURN OFF UNIT
- Place hold switch so orange shows
- Hold down the REC button with the red dot on the side of the player.
- Whilst holding the REC button, press the power button as if to turn on the unit
- Let go of the REC button
You should see the recovery console.
YOU WILL LOSE ALL DATA!! However you will also have a working player.
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Hi, Mostly this kind of problem occurs in sansa due to incompatible settings. Try the MSC mode in the setup instead of the normal mode. Then the player will appear as a unique drive. Copy the music files to appropriate folders and eject the drive. The database will then refresh again...Also reset the settings to factory default atleast once.
Have a nice day...I hope that this solves ur problem :)
Reset the player first - that should get rid of the message. Is your mp3 player a Sansa player, or an Apple iPod - both of them have a recovery method which you can find on their respective websites. I'm too lazy to paste the instructions again.
Take out the four screws on the back and pop out the battery then put it back on. Make sure you synced the songs properly. Add to the problem how you added your songs and I might be able to help.