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How do u get music and movies on the mp3

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Hi,

1. Movies and Music should be in MP3 format.
2. Plugin SanDisk to Computer.
3. System will open new drive in "My Computer" name as Sansa e250 .
4. Copy music,movies and past it into Sansa Drive.

There is another good feature in SanDisk.
You can also record the song from FM Radio.

At the time of listining song from FM press Rec button. Song will get saved in your SanDisk.

Thanks,
Vaquar

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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I am also a user of SanDisk. They will not give any CD with it. Try using below steps to download the music.
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