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No sound and songs don't register

I have the sansa e250r and my sound is not working at all, also when I copy songs to the sansa they no longer show up on the sansa, they show when I have it hooked up to the computer though, also it will recognize the songs on the MicroSD but when I try to play them there is also no sound. I have already formatted it and I also put the firmware update on it and it still doesn't work. I have had this sansa for over a year now and it never really had problems. So I was hoping somebody might be able to hep me figure out what is wrong with it.

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