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Error while trying to transfer audiobook

I get an error while trying to transfer audiobook to Sansa E280 using the OverDrive Media Console (free from public libraries). The message I receive is "Unable to insert the selected title. Error 0xC00D27772: A problem has occurred in obtaining the device's certificate. Contact Microsoft product support." What do I do? BTW, this is not a v2 device and I have it in MTP mode.

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I fixed it on my e260. The solution: Drag and drop the mp3 file directly into your media player, skip the overdrive 'wizzard', you need to find the folder where the media is stored.

Posted on Jan 30, 2009

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SOURCE: downloaded books from the library won't play

I was having the same problem when I used Overdrive Media Console to transfer my audiobook files to my Sansa. I updated the license and retransferred and even tried changing the USB settings on the mp2 player. What finally worked? Using Windows Media Player to sync the files instead. When I hooked up my Sansa I chose "use WMP to sync files" and then I dragged/dropped the audiobook files to the mediaplayer window. The audiobook now plays without any problems since WMP made sure the files have the latest subscription update code.

Posted on Aug 07, 2009

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Hi.
I report a solution from Portable player FAQ, let me know if it works:
1. Delete the title in the Overdrive Media Console program.
2. Then log into the Audiobook site at http://e.hbpl.org and click on My Account, My eItems Checked Out, and click the Download button the website to re-download the book.
3. Transfer the newly downloaded parts to your player.

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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SOURCE: Cant find audio book in my Nano

I am having the same problem - never used to have this problem on previous versions of overdrive/itunes. Its loading all the files into the root directory of the ipod for some reason.

Posted on Nov 04, 2010

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