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sandisk Sansa c250
Tuesday, February 26th, 2008 at 10:27:57pm UTC 

  1. ingles-Computer-2:~/desktop kripahada$ sudo ./c250repair-mac
  2. Password:
  3. e200rpatcher v0.2 - (C) 2007 Jonathan Gordon & Dave Chapman
  4. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO
  5. warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
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  7. Attach your E200R in "manufacturing mode" as follows:
  8.    1) Power-off your E200R
  9.    2) Turn ON the lock/hold switch
  10.    3) Press and hold the SELECT button and whilst it is held down,
  11.       attach your E200R to your computer via USB
  12.    4) After attaching to USB, keep the SELECT button held for 10 seconds.
  13.  
  14. NOTE: If your E200R starts in the normal Sansa firmware, you have
  15.       failed to enter manufacturing mode and should try again at step 1).
  16.  
  17. [INFO] Press Enter to continue:
  18. [INFO] Searching for E200R
  19. [INFO] Found E200R, uploading patching application.
  20. [INFO] Patching application uploaded successfully!
  21. [INFO] Press ENTER to exit:
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  30. ingles-Computer-2:~/desktop kripahada$ sudo ./c250repair-mac
  31. Password:
  32. e200rpatcher v0.2 - (C) 2007 Jonathan Gordon & Dave Chapman
  33. This is free software; see the source for copying conditions.  There is NO
  34. warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
  35.  
  36. Attach your E200R in "manufacturing mode" as follows:
  37.    1) Power-off your E200R
  38.    2) Turn ON the lock/hold switch
  39.    3) Press and hold the SELECT button and whilst it is held down,
  40.       attach your E200R to your computer via USB
  41.    4) After attaching to USB, keep the SELECT button held for 10 seconds.
  42.  
  43. NOTE: If your E200R starts in the normal Sansa firmware, you have
  44.       failed to enter manufacturing mode and should try again at step 1).
  45.  
  46. [INFO] Press Enter to continue:
  47. [INFO] Searching for E200R
  48. [INFO] Found E200R, uploading patching application.
  49. [ERR]  Error writing data length
  50. [ERR]  Bulk write error (-1, Operation not permitted)
  51. [ERR]  Upload of application failed.
  52. [INFO] Press ENTER to exit:
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  65. Hi its me again.
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  67. Thank you very much for your help on Sunday. It really worked. However, I ran into problems again. I tried to sync the Sandisk sansa c250 with a Windows Media player and after rebooting it starting acting weird and it said there were no songs in it. the empty space in settings in the player display showed some enormous number in MB.
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  69. Today, it is acting even worse. It shows the boot screen and then that's it.
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  71. Recovery mode seems to be working because when I lock the "hold" switch, hold the record button, and press the power button, the boot image comes up (which says Sansa and shows the picture of a reptile) and there is a prompt that says "Please connect USB". So then, I turn the lock "hold" switch to the white part to turn hold off and then i connect it to the USB with the computer. Then the prompt says
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  73. Mini-B->Device Mode
  74. USB2.0 MSD
  75. LUN0 locked
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  77. When I open disk utility on the computer (Mac OS X, 10.4.11), it shows up the 16 MB unformatted partition, detailed information is as follows:
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  80. Name :  SanDisk Sansa C200 Media
  81.         Type :  Disk
  82.  
  83.         Disk Identifier :       disk1
  84.         Media Name :    SanDisk Sansa C200 Media
  85.         Media Type :    Generic
  86.         Connection Bus :        USB
  87.         Connection Type :       External
  88.         Device Tree :   IODeviceTree:/PCI0@0/USB7@1D,7
  89.         Writable :      Yes
  90.         Ejectable :     Yes
  91.         Mac OS 9 Drivers Installed :    No
  92.         Location :      External
  93.         Total Capacity :        16.0 MB (16,777,728 Bytes)
  94.         S.M.A.R.T. Status :     Not Supported
  95.         Disk Number :   1
  96.         Partition Number :      0
  97.  
  98. Please help me with repairing the player.

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