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Sansa 250 My mp3 just stopped working out of the blue. The buttons are flashing blue, but you cant see anything on the screen and you cant listen to anything. i've tried charging it but i have the exact same problem. Also, my computer isnt recognizing the device.

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  • Stafflyn Sawyer Feb 04, 2008

    My clip charges but when i unplug it from the USB it doesn't turn on at all no matter how long i hold the button and i just got it around christmas time.

  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2008

    what have you done?

    Mine does the exact same thing

  • Anonymous Mar 11, 2008

    It finally crapped out after 1 year. Can't recognize, load, reset, whatever.

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2008

    one day i left it to charge for the whole day, the first time i ever did that, and now it only goes to the "sandisk sansa" screen and no further

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