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Sansa m240 not recognized

I can use media player to tranfer songs, but I hate WMP!
How can I drag and drop, since win explor does not see the sansa, but the device manager under portable devices does?

Please no mumbo jumbo just explain it like you were walking me through it: ie 1- do this, 2 do this, 3 do this
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If you're going to own an mp3 player, you may want to learn mumbo jumbo.

Double-click My Computer
Double-click all the removable disk drives until you get a window with folders in it instead of an error message.
Double-click My Computer again.
Double click My Music or wherever in the world you keep the music files on your computer.
Drag the files from the My Music (or other) folder to the folder that says Music.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Dec 10, 2008

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