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It happened to me after I formatted my Sansa into a NTFS file system. This is how I solved it: 1) Connect your Sansa to the PC (if the player won't turn on try hold the middle-button while you're connecting it). 2) On My computer right-click the player and choose Format (make sure it's set to FAT32). 3) Now you can turn on your player normally - when you're inside the player menu choose Settings->Format. This will re-create all the player sub folders (music, audiobooks etc).
You should format the device using windows media player or the device itself..that should fix the problem you are having..remember formatting will delete all the date you have on the device..
I hope that helps
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The Sansa m250 requires a separate folder to load your songs to in order to achieve the full 2 GB. Set your USB to MSC. Plug it into your computer. Create a folder TUNES. Then drag and drop your mp3 or wma files to this new folder.