08-23-2010 12:04 PM
08-23-2010 11:15 PM
You don't need anything but a screwdriver to try neutron_bob's suggestion:
"If the Sansa will not boot, it's entirely possible that a mechanical connection to the flash memory daughterboard can cause serious headaches. To check this, remove the rear cover, and inspect the big black rectangle above the battery module. You'll see a grey foam block there, which keeps the daughterboard pressed inward. Go ahead and give it a gentle press. If the board clicks back down into its socket, you may have just solved your problem."
12-15-2010 08:26 AM
Neutron Bob, you are the BOMB. You do rock, sir. I was at a loss... this kid in Cambodia thought he had lost his Sansa e260 forever, and so did I... I thought, one last try... your instructions were perfect, to the hilt. Koodoes to you and you just made Ngoy's day (well, he will be overjoyed tomorrow!! It is now after midnight)...Ngoy had saved for MONTHS for this thing... If I were closer I'd buy you a coffee. Thanks for sharing your knowledge in such a clear, concise way, and putting the link to the compressed files was key! Yours indebtedly, PV Pilgrim
05-20-2012 03:21 AM
My e200r is showing more then 2.0GB. what to do? please help!!!!!!!
05-20-2012 09:13 AM
Explain your situation better. The way your post is written, I (and most likely others) can't understand your problem.
05-22-2012 02:38 AM
Perhaps the "recovery tool" you are referring to is the application for the Sansa Connect model. This is different from the Recovery Mode of the e200 series.
If you give us a little more information on your situation, perhaps we can help!