Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I have a Rhapsody to-go account and have had problems with my computer completely shutting down when I try to transfer/burn tracks. It shuts off and needs to be reset at the surge strip. It's driving me crazy!!!!! I was on with Rhapsody support and my phone went dead after almost an hour of trying to fix it. He was trasferring me to someone else and got disconnected. He had me update my driver. Please help!
There is a problem with a corrupt file. it seems as though it is playing tag between your computer and sansa. clean up the computer and erase everything from the sansa, restart/reboot everything then try it again. if the problem continutes then it may be the motherboard, but please note that the motherboard would not mess up your computer. if it is under warranty, send it back. Thanks,.....Connie
Posted on Jun 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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