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Old 07-10-2009, 04:17 AM
DwaZ DwaZ is offline
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Default HELP - I tried all for the "Free 90mb" problem but nothing changed!

Hi
I have a sansa Fuze 4GB with a 4GB MicroSD.
Yeterday appeared the "not enough space for the musicDB, free 90MB".
So I tried to:
- Use chkdsk on both the drives = nothing changed
- Format by from the PC both the drives = Nothing changed
- Upgrade firmware from the Sansa software = It recognises the sansa, it seems to upgrade the firmware but when i plug again the fuze it recognise the old firmware and it ask again to upgrade.

When I plug the sansa The PC found a "##MUSIC#" drive (fuze internal memory) and another drive for the 4gb MicroSD.
I can delete anything because the "MUSIC" directory seems empty (like it's running in the wrong mode)
Please help me!!!!!
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Old 07-10-2009, 06:23 AM
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Update:
I tried to press HOLD+LEFT when the "Free 90MB" message is on the screen (Just before the Fuze shut off) and the fuze begins to work.
So I put the fuzeon the another USB mode and I've upgraded the firmware, but nothing changed.
When I Power on the Error message shows, if I Press Hold and Left i can use it but somtimes freezes again.
Any Ideas??
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Old 07-10-2009, 08:18 AM
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Maybe you can try to use the internal format option of the player. You can find it in the settings menu.
There are some people in the forum who said, that can fix several database-issues.
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Old 07-11-2009, 05:45 AM
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Maybe you can try to use the internal format option of the player. You can find it in the settings menu.
There are some people in the forum who said, that can fix several database-issues.
Worked!
Thanks!
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Old 07-16-2009, 12:24 PM
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some tricks I found when you have DB issues.

1. add/remove an sd card, this forces the player to rebuild the DB and can recover from alot of weird errors.

2. hard reset when the fuze is plugged into the computer (hold the powr button ON till it shuts off)

3. combine the above if needed.

oh and a little tip, DO NOT SHUTDOWN WITH MOVIE PLAYING, resume wont work and the fuze may lockup when it trys, its happened on both my 4gb and 8gb fuzes
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