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Sansa 250 bad tracks bad tracks .....deleted all my music 1st, then reloaded but still says bad tracks on some not all......... then im told to reset it by holding down the power button for 15 - 20 seconds , that didnt work,,,,,,, so i tried the next key and the center key that didnt work .........i am about ready to scream I really like this mp3 player but im ready to throw it right in the garbage !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Okey this sounds ... wierd... you uppgraded it? did it get bad tracks when you putted the tracks in or did it take a time..
your songs maby aren´t in rigth .... are you using mp3\wma songs look so they aren´t any other... well if it don´t helps you you can do 2 things leave it back to store and get help there or try rockbox www.rockbox.org
remember to read alot before installing it
i give you a fast guide about the diffren´t modes you canm boot to :
1.normal only start it while dont push any button
2.recovery mode hold(activated) and push rec button when boot screen comes ( this can be used for reinstalling or uppgrade a mp4)
3.manufrakting mode start mp4 while push centerbutton hold(activated)
4. i think it was one more but i forgot that one :p

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