Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I've gotten this message from my Sansa on a couple of songs too.
It only happens to me on stuff where something like a crash or computer freeze up happened during the download.
Redownloading the screwed up songs has always fixed the problem,
If your e250 is doing that on ALL songs, that sounds more like a problem w/ your device and the way its reading the MP3s.
To fix that, I'd get the CD that came w/ iyour e 250 and try reformatting the device.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
Read your manual (the whole thing if you have to then maybe you'll get a better understanding on how to function the MP3 player) if you dont get it then repost your message again saying you read the manual then help with what ever you need and give even more detail on how the mp3 player funtions on the outside
Posted on Jan 31, 2008
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