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Start it on your computer, and follow the directions to update your Sansa View's firmware, if needed.
2) Download and install the Sansa Media Converter (SMC) from the same link above. --Plug in your Sansa View to the computer, and run the SMC. --Follow the directions to select your video. SMC processes one video at a time for upload into your Sansa player.
Another possibility - Try loading video from Windows Media Player 11;
From the manual, page 17-- "Your Sansa View player supports MPEG-4 Simple Profile up to VGA, H.264 Baseline Profile up to VGA, and WMV up to QVGA video formats. That means you can simply drag and drop these files into the Video folder if you are using Windows Media Player 11."
You go to the sansa website (google it) and download the sansa media converter for the sansa fuze. Install it and drag your movies into it and click convert. Long movies can take an hour on an average computer (be patient) and when it is complete unplug your sansa and make sure the video works.
i dont have the same problem but the fact is i cant seam to have the sansa media converter on my sansa fuze so i cant have any video please help, btw my sansa fuze is 8 g and silver bye email@example.com