Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
MP3 was playing fine and then I noticed a pink block that says 'bad track'. Now it won't advance to the next song or shut off. It's frozen! What do I do?
Have you ever set the auto shut off timer in the settings menu?? if you have, it will shut off in the amount of time set in there. if not, maybe you should try pluggin it into your computer and taking all the music off. the bad track thing has happened to me b4, but it has never frozen....that's pretty much anyhting i kno of that you could try.....sorry if this doesn't help =]
Posted on Aug 30, 2008
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