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When i load pistures and go to view them after they are installed it says unsupported media formatt

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Did you use sansa media converter to convert them to a supported format?

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I can view some pictures but for others I get unsupported media format. All pictures are Jpeg. why some can be viewed but not all?


The JPEG's that won't display are probably too high a resolution or the file size of the image may be too high. If you are using sandisk Sansa for instance you can use the Sansa Media Converter to change (lower) the resolution of the images, or you can use other software to alter the images.

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When trying to view photos I get "unsupported


Use the supplied Sansa Media Converter program to convert and transfer photos (and videos). If you don't have the SMC, you can download the Windows version from http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3IPZO6Q0

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Error 49 Cycle Power FFF


49 errors are possibly one of the most difficult to diagnose.

49 Indicates that a firmware error occurred that caused the processor on the formatter to abort an operation.
This type of error can be caused by invalid print commands, corrupt data, or invalid operations. In some cases, electrical noise in the cable can corrupt data during transmission to the printer.
Other causes include poor quality parallel cables, poor connections, or home-grown applications.
On some occasions, the formatter is at fault, but this is usually
indicated by a 79 Service Error.

I see you state a 49FFF? any other letters or digits displayed?
Specifically 49 FFFF can be a problem if the ribbon cable from the DC controller to the interconnector board is not connected. The control panel display will also be dark.

Other 49 FFx errors can be:

NEC firmware chip error - replace the Firmware
Unsupported EDO Memory installed - Remove unsupported RAM
Fuser life test error during Boot cycle - Replace the Formatter
A Large print Job (>800 pages) or complex graphics can cause the device to quit printing. - Simplify the Print Job, lower DPI etc.,

Good luck

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DVD plays in DVD player is not seen at all by Windows XP


Hi,it's obvious from your problem that the particular disc that cannot be viewed on your computer is of a formatt not supported by the windows XP.some DVDs are of low quality which can be viewed practically on any DVD player but as a result of their low quality and the sensitivity of the Windows they are not recognized by your computer. In as much as other DVDS play on your computer,it means there's no problem with your computer,but an unsupported disc formatt is been trying to be viewed and there's nothing you can do to view a DVD formatt not supported by your computer.please don't be bothered.
Thanks and take care

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I can't put pics on unsupported media format


you need to use the Sansa Media Converter to convert photos (and videos) to a format the Sansa can handle. o to the Sandisk site look under support.

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Unsupported media format


If you select the load photo option it may give you a list of file formats, the same with the "save" option.
These will be correct file formats. Look around for any photo's that came with it too.

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Home video from computer does not show on my


its an unsupported format try to convert the videos to mp4 i am 100% sure it will work if u convert them to mp4(mpeg-4) format

Jan 15, 2009 | SanDisk Sansa View 8GB MP3 Player - Black

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Problem loading windows drivers


The installation CD contains specific drivers for backward compatibility with Win 98SE (Second Edition). If you attempt to install the software with current operating systems, you will see a message that is not pertinent to you. Consumer's using ME (Millennium), Windows 2000 (Win2K) and Windows XP only need to install the ULEAD (Photo Editor and MS Formatter under Install Applications) Under Install Drivers: DVC Driver is not necessary. You only need to install the PHOTO EDITOR and MS FORMATTER.

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