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1. Using the Sansa media converter for preparing videos to make them
suited for the player as you are doing is just fine.
2. Page 22 [19 in written manual] of the pdf file shows how to make playlist(s) using Windows Media Player 11.
2.1 First create a playlist
2.2 Save the playlist
2.3 Synchronize the required playlist onto the connected player
you dont need a driver. when you plug it in a window should pop-up within 10-20 seconds of plugging it in. Click open folder to view files and then click what you want on your MP3 and drag it to audio. I've had this problem before.
Actually, the disk that comes with the sansa e260 is really only for putting videos on it. The player will add any music put on regularly. The disk is a software that converts certain file types into others so the player can play them. Music is mostly .mp3 files if you get them from cds( in my experience) so you should hve no problem. If you still need help, here's a link. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071227215420AALcBZ4
This person knows what they're talking about. There's also the Sandisk website for troubleshooting.
p.20 of manual:
Sansa Media Converter software lets you convert photos and videos as appropriate,
and then transfer them to your Sansa player. Sansa Media Converter offers
features such as cropping, rotating, and resizing before transferring them to your
player as well as the ability to transfer photo and video files to your microSD card.
Refer to the Sansa Media Converter software for file formats supported.
To transfer photos and videos to your Sansa player, follow these steps:
1. Connect the Sansa player to your computer.
2. Select Converter using Sansa Media Converter on initial connection.
3. Click Add Media to select photo or video files to be converted.
4. The Sansa Media Converter will store all converted files in My Album. Click
the Album Name box and type in the name you want.
5. Click to start the conversion process. A status box will appear
showing which file(s) are being converted.
I cannot get my desktop to find a driver for the e260, but if you use the SD microdisk you can load stuff to the microdisk if you have a card reader. You need to buy the full size SD card with the micro SD attached. Then sync the stuff you want to load and when you boot up your player, it will refresh the data base and you can play the stuff on your card. Seems a shame to waste 4 gigs of hard drive on the player, but I do not know anyone who has found a driver for the e260 that works with XP service pack 2. If you do please send me an email me.