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Plugged it in to get songs, && now it says I have NO songs?!

I tried getting some songs, and it wasn't working right. And so after I got about three songs I unplugged it. And I checked to make sure I got the songs I wanted, and I did. So I turned it back off, and on again a little bit later. I clicked on 'Songs' & it said "No Songs' I had over 200. :\
And I don't know why I had ALL the songs the first time I turned it on, and then they were all gone.
And now it wont even turn on right. It stays on the start-up screen, and goes to white. And so I have to turn it off by holding down the 'Menu' button for like 20 seconds.
Can somebody help me out?
-Sarah

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Your database has gotten corrupted somehow and you need to format and reload.

Follow this thread to fix your sansa:
http://www.anythingbutipod.com/forum/showthread.php?t=11233

Posted on Aug 21, 2008

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