Question about SanDisk Sansa e200 MP3 Player
I had this issue with my e260 and Overdrive Media audiobooks. Here is how I solved the problem:
NOTE: Make sure that your license is valid -or the following will make no difference.
1. Windows Media Player needs to be at least 10 -and it needs a security update to be able to deal with DRM files.
2. The audiobook needs to be opened (played) (even just for 1 sec.) on the computer first to "activate" the license.
3. When transferring from Overdrive Media the Sansa HAS to be set to MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) in the USB settings for the license to transfer to the device allowing it to play.
I hope this helps someone. It took me an entire day of research and trial & error to figure it out.
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
Could u just sync. Computers have those problems somtimes.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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