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Pc not detecting mp3 player

I just bought my daughter a sansa c200 1 gig mp3 player. For what ever reason my pc will not detect this thing. I can plug in any outher mp3 player in and it will pick it rite up. My pc is fully up to date. This is actualy the second one i returned the first for the same reasion. I have also tried hooking it up to a different pc with the same results.

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Here's another solution..
Turn off the Mp3 player before plugging it in...
Worked for me....

Posted on Dec 23, 2007

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Hold down the "rec" button while turning unit on and while connected to PC.

Posted on Dec 21, 2007

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Make sure your connection cable is snug in the usb, if it is sloaching have something straighten it

Posted on Sep 18, 2007

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The most common reason for this problem is not having the latest Windows Media Player installed, or having a Windows OS version that is not supported by the Sansa player.
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1. I assume you are using a USB Port to connect the device?
--Yes - Continue - If No, please specify connection method

2. Does using another USB Port on the PC make any difference?
--No - Continue - If Yes, that port on the PC is not functioning.

3. Are other USB devices that you plug into the PC detected?
--Yes - Continue - If No - the USB system on the PC is not functioning - upgrading or reinstalling the driver might work if it is not a hardware malfunction.

4. Did you install any type of driver for the Sandisk mp3 player?
--No- Continue - If Yes - uninstall and reinstall the driver.

5. Do you have another USB cable to try with the device?
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well can you see the mp3 as a device in my computer ?
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