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System not detecting the player

Hi,
My system is not detecting my brand new sansa player.
Tried connceting it in laptop's usb drive also.
even then its not working.

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  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2009

    cant get music

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Try this before connecting your sansa turn iit off push the hold the right push and hold the enter button and press the menu button. Sansa should be ready take take the firmware update connect when asked to http://mp3support.sandisk.com/sansa/Installer/1082/SansaUpdaterInstall.exe

Posted on Mar 24, 2009

  • Joe Negus
    Joe Negus Mar 24, 2009

    I tried on my friends labtop it found it as removable drive Then I updated using Sansa update software Above link it worked and now I have the usb mode on my Sansa e260 v2

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MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
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Intel1.gif Pentium class PC or higher
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