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Yes. Install this recovery program
http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Hard-Disk-Utils/Fast-Flash-Recovery.shtml or this one http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/Back-Up-and-Recovery/smart-recovery.shtml connect the player to the pc and run the program.
reload the firmware goto the support website and find the latest firmwar eand reload it to the mp3 player this will fix the problem but will most likely delete the songs already on it so try and back those up before you do this :)
i guess that you have to reformat it into FAT32 file system using the disk manager in windows (if you're using windows).
select my computer using the right key of your mouse, select MANAGEMENT. then select the sub-menu DISK MANAGER.
you'll see two logically connected partitions (Sansa_e250 & another partition that is the system partition).
try formating the Sansa_e250 partition into FAT32 insted of the default FAT file system!!
that helped me after a bug (sansa didn't let me delete songs from is root/music)
hope that helps..
p.s. that actually worked for Sansa_c240
p.s.2 if you're a linux user try fdisk (login as root)