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Re: I need a driver for my Sansa e250 for windows xp
Get all the needed software from Sandisk's website, the manufacturer. You should not need a driver for Windows XP - it should automatically recognize it. I would strongly suggest downloading and reading the user manual for this player - also available from Sandisk's website.
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You need to install drivers so your computer can recognize that something is plugged in. Go to this website http://www.sandisk.com/sandisk-support/driver-download-wizard.aspx
Choose Sansa - e200 series in the first box, skip the second box, and then choose your operating system for example Windows XP, then click on the find drivers icon. If the drivers fail to work it could be a component in the player itself is damaged; I would see about getting the player looked at in Walmart or Bestbuy.
the problem is you have not installed the drivers yet all mp3 player have to have some sort of drivers in order to run correctly on your pc if you have you sansa e250 disk still around id recomend reinstalling the information stored on that disk and go from there hopefully this helps you
Try using Windows Media Player instead, and see if you get the same result. If it loads in Windows Media Player, then the problem is with WinAmp and not your Mp3 player. When you say it loads half-way, do you mean it loads half the songs and then shuts off? Is the Sansa running on low battery? WinAmp has some kind of update released in the past week - did you download the update, and then experience the problem? It's probably not this, because other users have had the same problem that you are reporting since at least Christmas 2007.
The following is an advice from another Sansa user, so I haven't been able to verify it myself: "I have to have WinAmp open and a song playing then connect my player and then it will work fine. If I just connect my player then start WinAmp it crashes"
If all of the above fails, reformat your player and start over from scratch. Let me know how everything works out - this is an issue that not even the Sansa website seems to have an answer for.