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Sansa e260 says connected but device not recognized

If i play any song it goes off.

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The same thing happens with my camera and it is a problem with the usb cord.
You might want to buy a different one and try that

unfortunately I can't unless I buy the whole camera package :(

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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