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Slow download of files

Hello, Here's my problem, my Sandisk takes a lot of time to download the files from the computer and usually the process freezes. Any idea how I may solve this?

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    Dinoza Jan 13, 2007

    It works!
    Thank you so much, it was a real pain. You saved me a lot of frustration.

    BTW, how did you get to this solution?


    Once again, thanks to Fixya.com

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We got it to work by changing a setting in the Sansa itself - go into menu, settings, USB,a dn select MSB (something like that - the second option). Suddenly it worked!

Posted on Jan 10, 2007

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