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You should not reformat the player unless you want to clear the mp3 player completely - erasing all music, recording, and other files completely.
Once you are done recording, the Sansa takes time trying to save the recorded files - it appears that it is freezing, but give it some time - it is just "thinking."
If the recorded files suddenly disappear, it is because the Sansa player has two modes - MSC mode and MTP mode. Files that appear in MTP mode will not appear in MSC mode and vice versa. If the recordings do not show up, go into your settings menu and switch the USB Mode.
If you are able to use the Sansa Updater with your player, try formating it and using the updater to fix the things that are wrong with it.
To format your player:
1) Goto "My Computer" and and right click your player's icon.
2) Move down the little menu that pops up when you right click it to "Format..."
3) Then, "Quick Format" it.
4) Then unplug your player from your PC.
To download the Sansa Updater:
1) Click this link: http://sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1376
2) Follow the instructions to install it.
To get it to work:
with most PC's it should load up all by it self when you plug it in if it is in a MSC mode or if it does it in a regular mode. (I have had no experience with this model only the newer Sansa models)
NOTE: If you have Windows Vista, the updater will NOT work. You will need to contact th company through their website to get a different version of the updater.
Good Luck! I hope this will help you in fixing your player. Have a nice day.
plug the cord in to the USB and into the sansa e250 and go to my computer then click on the sansa and keep clicking until you see RECORD as a file and go to FM and it should be there and to double check double click it and it should play it through windows media player or whatever you have. Hope it helps:-)