Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I have tried uninstalling the device and
having windows install it again. I reinstalled the software on the computer. I updated the firmware for the device. I also
did a cold reboot of the sansa view by holding the power button slider
down for a number of seconds. No matter what I do... It will not work
and it will freeze at exactly 50% when converting movies to the Sansa. I have tried different formats of file extensions that it says it is capable of handling but I don't think that is the culprit.
Both my computer and the SMC software sees the device. The Sansa View has had one successful movie installed on it. Hope this helps.
Well, I use a program called SUPER. You can get it at http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html. It doesn't automatically add the file to you player, but it converts just about anything. You could also try the Total Video Converter shareware, which you can download at www.download.com. It too converts most things, but I find that it is a lot easier to use. It doesn't automatically add the files either, but you can do that by going to my computer and clicking on the player icon, going in until you find the music folder, and copying and pasting the file in there.
Posted on May 30, 2007
SOURCE: sansa e250 media converter
Yes. The program is available for download from the Sandisk website.
GO TO SANDISK.COM.
Type your model number into the search box in the upper right hand side. (example: E250)
Click on the photo of the model you purchased.
Scroll down and you will see on the right side- "Support, Docs and more"-
Click on that-
Then click on the "Sansa Media Converter"-
It will then take you to a registration page. You can skip this by clicking the "Skip registration".
Now you will be at the download page.
If you have any trouble getting to this, please contact Sansa at their toll free phone number: 1866SANDISK.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
you can copy from the my computer open the my computer - open ur device - copy ur images but i am not sure about the videos sorry !!!!
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
Set the device to MSC mode (default is Auto) in the USB properties on the Sansa device. This worked for me with a Sansa Fuze on Windows XP running Sansa Media Converter 1.0. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
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