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My player got problem

Hi guys.My sanza e250 only powers up but the screen is dead and is not recognized by my computer.Any clues to whats wrong?
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also not format because of not connected with computer.

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Connect your computer to the sansa, then search for the files using the search key from the start key, search for all files with an * for detecting all the files. Select all and transfer all files to a folder. then delete off all the files and format if the sansa gets detected. if so your memory is back to normal. transfer all your files again back but make sure that the next time you load only the good ones. Hope this helps you off.Good day

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