To save you from a long, drawn out story, about two days my Sansa Clip – a.k.a my pride, joy, and love of my life – took spin in the washer while I was going through a bout of neglect.
I freaked, pitched it into a bowl of rice before I could scream anymore and let it sit there for awhile before throwing it in the charger. It chargered, I took it out with a bit of hope and it died. It got thrown back in the rice, I repeated the process an hour later, failed, and waited another day and a half to throw it into a computer–failed, failed, and failed.
Last night I was really angry and really worried, because I can easily get another MP3 player, but getting the music back would be a very difficult challenge. I started “raging” and ended up clicking format on the menu screen, somehow getting the stupid idea that would help.
It didn’t, of course, and I had a soaked, empty MP3 player.
I’m too much of an optimist to think that my little MP3 player is gone for good, so I’m going to let it soak in rice for awhile, in the mean time, I need a Christmas miracle in order to get my music back.
So, is the clip like a flash drive or a computer? Could I just pop in a good ol’ file restore program or get everything back, or, do I need to send it over to the nearest GeekSquad and force them to get my stuff?
Help, please? Desperate, yeees.
Sansa Clip went in washer, went in rice, got charged for five seconds, died after being pulled off the plug, I pushed the format button, accidently got rid of all my files (1379 songs and 2 podcasts) and now I want 'em back.
Thanks, happy holidays, and all the jazz.