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Installing trouble with Sansa e270

My computer won't recognize my mp3 player. I've tried installing it but it keeps saying I don't have the necessary software, what is it that I need? This means my sansa won't show up on my computer anywhere and I can't put songs on it D:

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Http://www.drivers.mrjuan.com/driver-5949-sansa-e270.html
Go to this link and choose the OS your computer is running off of and the software should be on there somewhere for download.

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