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Reformatted sansa e250 need help

I have the same problem. I was trying to delete music files from my sansa E250. Nothing was working so I tried fomat. Now everything is gone. Any solutions?

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When you format it, it deletes everything on the player. You'll just have to put everything back on it.

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