I got a e260 sansadisk player but unforunally, the installation disk was damaged and i cant install it on my computer through the web. does anyone can send me the installation or any other solution????
Actually, the disk that comes with the sansa e260 is really only for putting videos on it. The player will add any music put on regularly. The disk is a software that converts certain file types into others so the player can play them. Music is mostly .mp3 files if you get them from cds( in my experience) so you should hve no problem. If you still need help, here's a link. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071227215420AALcBZ4
This person knows what they're talking about. There's also the Sandisk website for troubleshooting.
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Under settings, there is a Format option. Select that option and the disk will be erased of all preloaded stuff. From there, connect it to your Windows machine and either use Media Center to sync your music or open the Sansa up like a drive and drag the music to there.
Convert you *.cda CD files into MP3 extension files, then put them into as many subdirectories as there are disks to avoid overriding the number of cuts on a disk (typically no higher than 25), then put them in directories marked 1 thru whatever number of disks there are, drag and drop the respective converted mp3s to the directory that corresponds to the CD disk. Then drag and drop the whole works to your playlist directory in your e260, and presto you've got the whole thing. The E260's included software will not do this, but there should be some freeware around that will do it. Perhaps evern media player will do it. I don't know. I'm wary of any MS programs. They're monsters. The who drag and drop procedure is done in Windows Explorer, the file manager of XP and, I think, vista too.
1. right click on my computer and select manage.
2. go to disk management on the left panel.
3. right click on the sansa icon, and go to format.
4. make sure that the file system is under FAT32.
This worked for me, hope it does for you.