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Sansa e250 At first my e250 gave "bad track" during every song. I deleted all the songs from my mp3 player(I only deleted songs, nothing else). Now every time I turn it on this text comes on the screen "Load main image failed Switch to Recovery mode". I have tried all solutions offered here but non of them has done any good. Please help :(

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  • Vesse Vesiaid May 28, 2007

    But could you tell me, how did U format it? I haven't found out, how to format my player... :(

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2008

    My Sansa screen is frozen with "bad track" and I cant turn it off. I dont know how to delete the songs from the player either.

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Anonymous

Thanks for the tip. I was having this same problem, but your solution seems to have fixed it.

Posted on May 26, 2007

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Anonymous

I did not get the "Swtich to Recovery mode" screen, my screen was stuck on "Bad Track." I formatted the drive (which deleted EVERYTHING), and then i put the songs back on, and it works just fine. Try this, it might help.

Posted on May 19, 2007

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