01-27-2012 06:49 AM
Hey you can try out some of the solution that has been mentioned here, just check it out and see if they are helping you or not.
01-27-2012 08:13 AM
All of which was already mentioned earlier in this thread and can be found in SanDisk's own searchable KnowledgeBase Support Center, but thanks anyway.
04-06-2012 12:19 AM
01-18-2014 08:18 AM
I have tried all the solutions on this site to fix my clip . I have found the best way to fix it. You will need a good pair of steel toed boots and a hammer .Lay your clip on a hard surface and hit it as hard as you can with the hammer, them stomp on it with your steel toed boots. This works great, now go out and by a IPOD!!! It is the only thing that worked.
01-19-2014 09:47 AM
Disregarding the fact that this solution is excessive over-kill (and probably totally unnecessary in the first place given the assistance provided on this forum and from the available SanDisk Customer Service/Tech Support), I fail to see how the toes (steel or otherwise) of your boots are going to affect the impact of the heels (or soles) on the target device.
01-21-2014 07:36 PM
Oh, that's right. doPi players never have problems. Good luck with that.
03-25-2014 06:45 AM
I have the very same problem Dannefel has. Despite all the ideas that came up, none worked for me. I wish I could format the sansa player, but how to format something that is not recognised as a usb device on the first place ?
I also tried to plug a micro SD card (well, it says it needs more space, so I tried that...) and it doesn't change a thing.
I really spend a lot of time trying to find a solution to this, without any success.
Thanks for your help.
03-25-2014 11:30 AM
What steps have you tried?
Have you tried changing Settings/System Settings/USB Mode to MSC.
Have you tried holding down the home button and various combinations of << or >> or > or  while connecting.
Have you tried a different USB cord.
Have you tried a different USB port on your computer.
Have you tried a different computer.
Have you tried Settings/System Setttings/Format on the unit itself.
Have you tried calling 1-866-SANDISK or the customer service number in your country.
04-01-2014 07:10 AM - edited 04-01-2014 07:10 AM
I too, have been getting the same error message (Not enough space....) on my Sansa Clip+ 4GB.
I am unable to try reformatting my player because when I connect to my computer, while it is recognized (not as SansaClip like it used to be, but as Removable Disk F: I cannot right click on the link to that drive. It locks up my explorer panel - essentially just hangs and I have to force a close of my Explorer window.
I have tried using a different computer with the same result.
I'm thinking that I could try to reformat using DOS, would that work? Is there something else I should try instead?
I am also confused on the whole MSC/MTP modes. I've tried connecting to my computer while holding the center button on the front of my player, but I notice no difference either in the players display or the way my computer sees the player. How do I know if I did it correctly?
Please help! I'm afraid it's now a brick