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Sansa m250 2GB MP3 player

When I turn on my mp3 player the screen just says "sansa m250 2.0GB" and will not proceed any further. It has been working fine up until now. I have replaced the battery, held down the menu button and tried plugging it into my computer. My computer is not recognising that there is a device there. Can someone please help. I was hoping to be able to take it into hospital with me tomorrow. I'm getting terribly frustrated. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanking you in advance. Wendy

Posted by Wendy Casemore on

  • Wendy Casemore
    Wendy Casemore Jun 20, 2007

    lebron, I actually googled SanDisk and got on to a support line. I posted my problem and straight away they came back with a reply. They couldn't help me solve the problem but they have sent me a replacement MP3. Why dont you try that. Unfortunately, I think it is just how they are made. Nothing, these days, is made to last. Good-luck. Wendy

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Format it

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