Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
The sansa is technically getting read by the computer (b/c it is under device management) and when i called the tech support it said i had to get to the settings w/ a broken screen and change the "ms" something to read the sansa. what do i do?
Kind of hard to navigate to the correct screen if you can't see the display. What are you trying to accomplish? I don't believe the screen is replaceable on this player, which means it's not really useful for anything other than a data storage device now. I could maybe help you get your computer to recognize it, but you'd probably have to reformat the device and you would lose anything that's on it. Let me know what you're hoping to do with it.
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
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