Question about SanDisk Sansa m200 (2 GB) MP3 Player
It is too small to insert on my computer???
Did you look at your CD player's tray? Most have an indented area in the center that accepts mini-disks.
Posted on Oct 24, 2007
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If you have a small USB cord that is really small on one end & big in the other, hook it up in one of the USB ports in your computer. Place the small end of the USB cord into the really small slot where you put the batteries in.
You should have heard you copmuter make a sound, Then your MP3 player should be lit up around the pause/play button.
Open my computer, Removable disk F ,Then open the drive on disc F ( which is your mp3 player )
then you have a new window open, you should be able to just drag the music files into the new window which will go directly onto your mp3 player
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