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My Sandisk Sansa View MP3 player won't work (not recognised)on Vista, recognised ok on Windows XP and I have been unable to find a patch that will sort out the problem.

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Try this site for the soft ware you need.

http://mp3support.sandisk.com/sansa/Application/SansaUpdaterInstall.exe

Good Luck

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Do you have driver for windows vista?

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  • crysiszone Mar 06, 2009

    In your player's menu, go into Settings, choose USB mode, and change it to MSC. This will cause the player to show up in Windows as if it were a flash drive, and you can add and delete music by drag and drop into the player's Music folder.


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    Click Here to download driver compatible with Windows Vista.

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