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Installing mp3 playing on computer

When I tried to install the mp3 on my computer it told me the drivers for the device are not installed model Sansa SanDisk m240

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You can download the drivers from sansa, downlaod.com, and many other sites carry them. They will need to be installed for pc to recognize the player

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