I cannot get this thing to work...I put in the install CD and keep getting a message that says I must make Rhapsody a trusted application, which I did...It still won't work...Retries and get the same thing...OVER AND OVER AND OVER...Someone HELP ME before I flush this thing down the toliet...PLEASE...
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Your CD Drive may be just a CD/DVD reader Drive may not be able to burn onto CD/DVD,s my dads laptop cant, he gets same error when he trys, so he had to use a different cd/dvd burner on a desktop.
If you have a desktop or laptop and you are 100% sure it can burn to CD/DVD,s then i reccomend you get a program called "ULTRA ISO" it is shareware but allows burning up to 300mb per cd for free before it asks you to pay so as long as you keep cd files below a total of 300mb you,d never have to pay. if its actually ITUNES which is reporting the error then your CD/DVD drive may require its own software before itunes will reconise it as CD/DVD burner drive. windows media player can report this type of error also.
this could be many things.
The reason i suspect is from port speeds.
Most HP computers have different speeds for their ports.
Try putting the USB into a different USB port
This should work.
Also make sure you install any CD's that came with the player.
I have the exact same player. To begin syncing DOES NOT WORK with this player, don't waste your time. When it says that you need media player 10 it really means just that. I have m.p. 11 and it did the same thing. If you don't have M.P. 10 available the best way to load music is through drag and drop or use the "send to" command in the right click menu. Also the cd is only for computers that are working on windows 98 or lower. You also will have to go in and delete each song you did sync on the player. They will behave as corrupted files and keep it from playing properly if you don't.
First remove the Sansa from computer if you have attached it.
1. Open your Sansa mp3 player menu (with menu button next to volume control)
2. Choose settings
3. Choose USB
4. Change setting under USB from 'Auto Detect' to 'MSC'
5. Exit menu with menu button
Plug your Sansa into computer with USB cable. You can now see the mp3 player as external drive, and you can drag mp3 files into it. Put your files into Sansa's Audible folder.