I recently bought a Sansa Fuze (recieved it last week) which was working fine on my Windows 2000 system when plugged in MSC mode.
So i did a firmware update (to v01.01.22a) on a Windows XP system to get OGG and FLAC support, it still worked fine on Windows 2000 in MSC mode after that (transfered several tunes, enjoying the very good sound quality of the device ).
But then i formatted it using its internal format option, and now Windows 2000 won’t reconize the internal memory.
It connects as Mass Storage Device on the system, and adds 2 “Sansa Fuze 2gb” elements in the disk section of the Windows system manager (supposedly one for internal memory and the other for the MicroSD slot).
If i got a MicroSD card plugged in the Fuze, a drive letter gets assigned to it and i can read/write on it. But the internal memory doesn’t appear at all.
When i go to Windows drive management, the internal memory actualy shows here as a drive, its capacity is displayed and accurate, but the “type” is unreconized.
It’s still working fine on Windows XP, i tried it on the computer where i did the firmware update as well as another one on which it had never been plugged on before.
I really don’t see what the problem is…
I tried uninstalling the 2 “Sansa Fuze 2gb” elements from the Windows system manager. But when redetected, the internal memory still doesn’t show up…