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Sansa problem I have a sansa 2gb and everytime i plug it into my computer it says the computer finds it but when i go to install says problem inf...what do i do.?

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Just go to "My Computer" on your desktop or start menu and go to the removable drive which would be your mp3 player.
The hardware might be incorrectly linked to the computer, the usb cable could be messed up or the computer could just not read it without a cd to install the driver correctly.

Posted on Jan 02, 2008


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