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Sansa recenlty my sansa e250 MP3 player seems to be malfuntioning. For example, Alen Parsons I robot won't play right. The vocals are so low you cant hear them. I don't know why. I canged out headsets so that is not a factor. I am having trouble with other songs as well. This came on suddenly out of the blue. My Mp3 player is genltly used and so no damage to the player would cause a malfunction. Has anybody had a problem of this type?

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Go to settings and change the equalizer settings

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Sansa e250 mp3 player won't recogize micro card

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Try using Windows Media Player instead, and see if you get the same result. If it loads in Windows Media Player, then the problem is with WinAmp and not your Mp3 player. When you say it loads half-way, do you mean it loads half the songs and then shuts off? Is the Sansa running on low battery? WinAmp has some kind of update released in the past week - did you download the update, and then experience the problem? It's probably not this, because other users have had the same problem that you are reporting since at least Christmas 2007.

The following is an advice from another Sansa user, so I haven't been able to verify it myself:
"I have to have WinAmp open and a song playing then connect my player and then it will work fine. If I just connect my player then start WinAmp it crashes"

If all of the above fails, reformat your player and start over from scratch. Let me know how everything works out - this is an issue that not even the Sansa website seems to have an answer for.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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alrigth i guess you got to reinstall the sansa :(
1. download a new firmware
2. pull your sansa into recovery mode by doing following : hold (on) on top off sansa the hold button should be showing orange
then push the rec button while booting the sansa it should come into rec mode you see on screen if not try again when it comes recovery mode into screen you can relese the rec button
3.connect the sansa into computer it shoul come a 15 or 16 mb partition open that partition and move the pp5022.mi4 file into it if there already it´s one file named that replace it with the new one

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Sansa e250

you will have to go to the srichtonize thing nd right click on music and press delete then it will help you

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