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Device not connected

We just bought an E250R. When plugged into the computer, it charges and says its connected and we have had no problems downloading mp3's to it. However, I cannot get the Sansa Media Converter program to detect the player so I can put photo's on it. Any ideas?

well, we just bought a new mp3 player. its a 2 gig and everytime i plug it in, the windows installer shows up and i install it. the problem is that it always says that there is an error and it wont recongize the usb device. it doesnt have the SETTING>MODE>USB function. im so lost. plz help me.

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Well can you see the mp3 as a device in my computer ?
then you can manually put the photos into it remember to have hidden files off so u can see all files..

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