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Old 07-03-2008, 06:23 PM
MrBetterDays MrBetterDays is offline
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I had Rockbox loaded into my Sansa e260 and everything was working great until recently.
It recently started acting a little buggy - songs would start playing and end midway through the song to a different song. The database of songs started increasing, without any changes.
Today, turned it on and the original Sansa software loaded, without holding the left button.
I tried to uninstall Rockbox and install a clean version, but now am getting the following error, then immediately shuts off

Can't load rockbox.mi4
File not found
Can't load rockbox.e200
File not found

The rockbox.mi4 file is in the rockbox folder.
Thanks for any help
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Old 07-03-2008, 10:25 PM
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Is the file in the .rockbox folder or rockbox folder? If it is in the rockbox folder, you did not do it right. If it is the .rockbox folder, it might be a corrupted system or file.
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Old 07-04-2008, 10:28 AM
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It is in the .rockbox folder, which is inside the rockbox folder. I have done another uninstall and reinstall, and continue to get the same message.
I really like the Rockbox firmware, but also need it to access my 4 GB micro card in my e260
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Old 07-04-2008, 12:30 PM
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It is in the .rockbox folder, which is inside the rockbox folder.
Since there isn't supposed to be a rockbox folder, this is probably the issue.

Try downloading a build and extracting it directly to your Sansa's root. In Windows this would be equivalent to extracting to "E:\" or whatever your drive letter is.
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