Question about SanDisk Sansa e200 MP3 Player
Have you tried simply plugging it in? Windows generally suits itself after devices that are plugged in via the USB, and if I remember correctly, the Sansa could be loaded like a USB stick - i.e., directly via My Computer as a disk device. If Windows recognizes the presence of the Sansa when you plug it in, navigate to your computer and look for an aptly named device. You should then be able to open it like a regular folder, and drag and drop music/pictures onto the MP3 player.
If that does not work, try Googling "sansa e200 software" (possibly drivers) for an official download link.
However, last time I used a Sansa, which is roughly two months ago, the first solution ought to work. Keep in mind that you'll require special software to convert video files however; that should be available for download at Sandisk's official website.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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