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WINDOWS VISTA> RECOGNIZING SANSA FUZE

I HAD LOADED MY FUZE WITH SONGS~I DELETED THE SONGS FROM THE PLAYER WITHIN THE UNIT. WHEN I PLUGGED IT BACK INTO MY LAPTOP...IT WILL NOT RECOGNIZE THAT IT IS CONNECTED. I WANTED TO BREAK THE SONGS INTO PLAYLIST.
I ATTEMPTED TO UPLOAD UPDATES...WOULD NOT RECOGNIZE.
I ATTEMPTED TO DOWNLOAD A FIX IT ON THE SANSA SITE THAT DID NOT WORK. MY WMP IS UPDATED......ANY SUGGESTIONS

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  • littlelily04 Jan 18, 2009

    When I tried to "update" firmware it would not work~I will have to try to upgrade and see but did not notice anything saying 'upgrade' on the site....I will try thanks for the tip!

  • littlelily04 Jan 18, 2009

    When I tried to "update" firmware it would not work~I will have to try to upgrade and see but did not notice anything saying 'upgrade' on the site....I will try thanks for the tip!

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You need to upgrade the firmware to get it to work with Windows Vista

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