Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
I was getting off an airplane on a trip and had my Sansa e250 2gb mp3 player in my pocket, when the person sitting next to me dropped their seatbelt on it. I think it hit the screen. I turned the player back on and saw the song that was playing was still on. I hit play and then skipped this and a lot of other songs, then came to one that would play. I hit next song and it skipped a few more until it came to a playable song. When I got home, I plugged it into my computer and none of the songs showed up. I thought it was fixed. Then I unplugged it and turned it on and none of the songs showed up but it said 1.6gb used up. Now I can't play the songs or see them on the computer to delete them. Please Help!
Go to the Computer Drive Choose the component and Format it by right clicking. THIS WILL DELETE ANYTHING ON THE PLAYER!!!!!!!
Posted on May 28, 2008
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