Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
Ok so the only thing I can do with my mp3 is charge it and listen and look at everything thats already on it. My computer won't detect my player at all it will charge it but windows media wont open it its not in my computer nothing. I put the disk in and put the thing on my computer but it always says your player is not plugged in but it is. Its not just my computer its all computers I've tried my friends and stuff and it does the same thing. I can't return it cause I dont have a recipt. What do I do???
This is actually not a solution, but to let you know that my Sansa E260 is acting exactly the same. I called Sansa's support and we did a lot of things including updating the firmware and going into the Recovery Mode. Unfortunately, Sansa could not figure out a solution to my problem (computer does not recognize it). I have loaded videos, taped voice reminders, loaded MP3s on to the MicroSD, set up my radio stations, etc. Everything works, except now, I can't seem to get my computers (yes, plural) recognize this device. Sansa said that I should return it to the store and get it replaced while it is under warranty. Thanks. Manny
Posted on May 19, 2007
For my Sansa clip, if i put it on hold and press the center button as I plug it in, my computer will recognize it.
Posted on Nov 26, 2007
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