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After a flight, my Sansa Mp3 player won't work and the picture is scrambled?

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Some x-ray machines have a habit of doing this to electronic devices. format it and your good. Though formatting it will erase all info on it.

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My mp3 player wont charge but will turn on when pouted in


connect the Sansa (via the player's USB cord) to different USB ports on the computer until the Sansa starts to charge. A weak or non-working USB port won't charge the Sansa.

  • Reset the Sansa MP3 player. Slide the player's "Power" switch all the way up to the "On" position. Hold the switch in that position for 20 seconds. The Sansa resets. Try to charge the player.
  • Install the latest firmware onto the Sansa MP3 player. Download the Sansa Firmware Updated (link in References), and then click the link in Resources for the specific model of Sansa you own to learn how to update the player's firmware.
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    Please give some more details.
    I suppose it's the problem that your Sansa e250 MP3 Player won't turn on.
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    Download and use the Sansa Recovery Tool from Sandisk's website.

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    The Sansa orders tracks alphabetically. It goes by the track name encoded internally, not by filename. You can use Media Player or some other program to rename the track, then transfer them to the Sansa.

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