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Getting dvd's on e260

I just bought a 260 and can't get the dvd's to go on it keeps telling me there is not enough room but there should be is there some thing else I have to do

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This might sound like I'm implying you're stupid, but I'm really not. Have you guys tried putting things on your Sansas using the Sansa Media Converter? Can be downloaded from sandisk.com. I've never tried adding videos to my Sansas (yet) but when I just put the photos on the same way I add music, they wouldn't open. Using Sansa Media Converter worked like a charm. Might be worth a try with videos, as well. :-) Good luck!

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