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Windows vista, doesn't recognize my sansa e200

When i plugg in mi sansa windows vista didn't recognize it. so i can't transfer any file, so pleasee i need help, i called to microsoft but they couldn't help me, and the technical support of sandisk didn't work. here is my e mail again juan_mtz_v@hotmail.com

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  • Juan Carlos MArtinez Jul 02, 2007

    thank u anywhays, so i'll wait for that driver, i hope that sandisk hurry up...i would like to be informed.

  • Annie_nz1 May 05, 2008

    I have the very same problem. Vista won't accept & load my Sansa e250. I have changed it to MSC mode, still nothing. Vista will start install & then wants driver & fails to install. My Sansa shows in Device Manager under Portables with a dirty big exclimation mark. Sandisk help so far has told me to try all the things I have already, uninstall & reinstall & try on other OS & machine. Fine on XP machine but mine's Vista!!!!!

  • Anonymous May 06, 2008

    sandisk sansa e260

  • soundboydj May 06, 2008

    WINDOWS XP DOESN'T RECOGNIZE MY SANSA E200

  • Anonymous Sep 06, 2008

    i have connected my sansa e200 to my lap top but when i try to transfer my music icant get my player to connect any help would be appreciated thank u

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Hey, the best solution is to switch your sansa from MTP to MSC mode in USB Mode. Its working for me.......

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Sajith

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  • saajith Mar 23, 2008

    Hey, the best solution to get your Sansa e200 series work with Vista is to switch the USB settings of your sansa from MTP to MSC mode.

    Navigate to Settings from your main Sansa menu, go to USB Mode and change the settings.

    Its working for me....



    Regards,

    Sajith

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Looking at their site it looks as though they do not have a driver for vista for your mp3 player. you could download the xp driver and try it.or you could always make a duel booth system on your machine..not very pratical but it would be a fix.

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Switch your sansa from MTP to MSC mode in USB Mode. It should recognize it then

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Is their a driver for the Mac for the SanDisk 250?

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