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My video doesnt work..

Plz help me..
i got my sansa e250 on black friday at best buy and i was so happy..

but all of sudden my video wont work everything else is fine. like its still cool with music, picture and radio, but it will turn itself off whenever i try to play videos.. i tried with many different videos.. it worked first day,, then it wouldnt work after that.. can someone plz help me with this?
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  • jishnu Nov 28, 2007

    my sansa e250 was working nicely these much days...............but now there is a problem..........i can convert the videos using sansa media converter .i can see the converted file name in the sansa e250 videos .....but cannot view thevideo...............help me please and be quick......

  • sk1548 Dec 27, 2007

    When i use the Sansa Media converter its says the movie is there when i try and play it i can hear the sound but not c the picture

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