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Sansa C150 MTP DB

I tried solution No.2 and ... - Windows was unable to complete the disk check...  what I need to do now, plaese help me!

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  • Anonymous Jan 13, 2008

    when i turn my mp3 player on it says mtp db mismacth format no space for db please delete more than 4.0 mb and i don`t no what to do?and i tryed to do what others people sayed.

  • Chipblaster Jan 17, 2008

    Same error - tried manual reset, USB format on PC., tried MSC fix errors as suggested by another post but hangs on phase 1 and windows reports unable to continue. What a stupid product you can't reset it, could never get rid of the pre-loaded crap on it, this is the last Sansa ever. The hammer looks tempting........that's got to fix it.

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Tried to do a manual reset for your device....that should reset the firmware......just hold the power button down for 15-20 seconds or until it resets....

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