I have a friends from new york and he gave me this sansa e250 as my birthday gift.. i really love the player. and have used it for two months with no problem... but now.... problem are slowly arising from my player as follows:
1.sometimes while playing songs the players hangs up and the screen turns black with the blue ring... i have solve this by pressing the menu button for 15 sec...
2. after few days, when i turn on my sansa it takes time to start up and wont display the main menu.... it display the language selection menu under settings.... weired? still looking for solutions for this...
3. i decided to reformat the player but it didnt work... i also tried to activate the recovery mode and install the new firmware but it no used... now my sansa e250 has no songs, videos and pictures.... its not reading any file anymore! and the worst is the start up problem is still there...
pls... pls... help me!
If you just got this sansa, call sansa and send it back to them. you still have a warranty. they may give you some problem if you don't have the reciept bu explain that it is a gift. From what you say, you did what you should have. you can always send it to my company so we cna see what the problem is.
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ok try to use itunes software or windows media player software. this may be user friendly for you. Use itunes it is best just add everything in the library then select synchronise to your mp3 player. be sure to connect and your computer detect the mp3 player. ok cheers uttam
Mp3 files can be loaded using either WMP or Windows file manager (Explorer) but a different USB setting is required by each. WMP uses the MTP setting while Explorer uses MSC. If you used the wrong setting this may have caused your problem. Also for some reason MP3 files loaded using a file manager will not appear when trying to view them using WMP.
To solve the issue I used the MSC setting to view all of my MP3's using file manager. I then deleted the ones I had recently added, changed the setting back to MTP and reloaded them using WMP. Worked like a charm. Hope that helps.
Ok, I have a Sansa e250 2.0 BG. I have an extra memory card but w/e thats not part of the problem. So, when I downloaded music, I accidently put more music on the Sansa memory and it made it too full. So now it has to do a system restart everytime I turn it on. Which is really annoying. And then I tried to delete some music so It would stop doing that and I could update it, But it shows up on my computer as there being no music. So theres nothing to delete! But it says the memory is full! HELP!!!!