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Sansa e260 When I plug in my sansa e260 theComputer says found new hardware but will not complete instalation then I tried tofind out what was wrong it says "Code 10 may not work properly".When I go to device manager to locate the mtp device there is a yellowcircle with an ! in it. Also, when I get to that screen the on the top is anicon of a computer with "YOUR-YN89P66B" beside it. The drop down menuappears and disapears repeatedly without stopping. I have tried to find a new driver on my computer but it says the one I have is OK ,but and this is when I get the code 10 message.

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  • rob_7_lax Jan 18, 2009

    i have the same problem and i have windows vista and windows media player 11

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Code 10 means it cannot find the correct Driver for the device.

You PC needs to have XP / SP 2 and Windows Media Player 10 or higher.

If you do not have these programs then the driver is not on your PC.

Update these components and try connecting the device again.




Best of Luck.

Posted on Nov 18, 2007

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