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Sansa e250R is frozen, and no solutions work

My sansa screen is just white and won't shut off until the battery dies, if i plug it in once its dead it will slow my computer, BY ALOT! Not to mention if it does unfreeze after reconnecting they songs wont play and there are 3 of every song. It happened once before and i called sansa they fixed it for a about a week but not completely and now its worse than ever. Can anyone tell me whats wrong and how to fix it?

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I had this problem once. I unscrewed the back with an eye glasses screwdriver, took out the battery and replaced it and that took care of it.

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