Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
My player won't play any songs from store bought cds i downloaded on to my computer Each time i try to play one a message comes up saying Synchronize to continue your music subscription Any help
If you used Windows Media Player to "rip" (copy) the music to your computer. The default settings are to "copy protect my music" if you didnt change this setting, the Sansa will want a "license" to go with it. Resolution, change the setting in Windows Media Player, Tools>Options>Rip Music (uncheck copy protect my music). You can also change the default rip setting to Mp3, as opposed to Windows Media Audio. Then you would have to re-rip the tracks to your PC, as unprotected. Make sure you delete the old tracks from the device, otherwise, it will always give you that error message. Best of Luck.
Posted on Sep 06, 2007
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