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Sansa e260 settings problems

Resently when I power the thing up I get ask to pick a language which I do, but it ask me everytime I power it up. So I go and reset all and it still needs me to pick a language when I fire this puppy up. So I decide to format it, and I notice that the usb always defaults back to MTP which I don't recal it doing before. I'm basicly out of ideas on how to make the thing work the way it did when I bought it. help if you can

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You will need to update the firmware to resolve the issue.

Go here;

http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376

to download the Firmware Updater and follor the instructions on the page.



Best of Luck.

Posted on Nov 03, 2007

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