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Sansa e260 is not recognized

When I plug in my Sansa on my computer nothing show up on the deskop. I am using a Apple G4 tower with OS X Tiger.

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Well i have never used mac so much but... isn´t it any emulators or what it´s called so u can use like xp or ubuntu in x tiger os
i heard the sansa players don´t work so good with mac...

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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I downloaded a Sansa video converter and it keeps saying that my Sansa is not connected after i connect it. Can i have some assistance please?


do u have windows or mac system? if mac,
Although MAC OS is NOT a supported operating system, the Sansa player can still be recognized if the Sansa player is only plugged in MSC mode.

MAC computers do NOT support MTP
A Sansa player in MTP mode when plugged into a MAC computer will NOT be detected or recognized.

MAC computers supports Sansa players in MSC mode
Sansa players can only be recognized by a MAC if the USB mode on the Sansa player is set to Auto Detect or MSC.
See answer ID 207 for instructions on how to put your Sansa player in MSC mode.

See answer ID 1141 for instructions on transferring music to your Sansa player using iTunes on a MAC computer.

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Can't access files on Sansa e260


I had to install the update on to my labtop and finally it recognized it and updated....
Download Update if you haven't yet on a flash drive for the labtop definite 2.0 usb port... (http://mp3support.sandisk.com/sansa/Installer/1082/SansaUpdaterInstall.exe)

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Computer(s) wont recognize sansa e260


i have the same SANSA e260.....and the same problem....its easy just turn on your sansa then push the menu botton, slide the wheel in the center and at the end of the options say USB enter there and change usb mode from MTP to MSC mode.....and ready

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E260 - now showing two empty directories (but I still have my music)


try formatting it. to do that, simply scroll down to settings, and in settings hit format. you'll lose everything that was on it tho, if that don't work then try updating. if your unsure how to update go here.
and install the program.

Nov 06, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player

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Not recognized.


Have you downloaded the firmware from sandisk?

Also, have you gone to Windows Media Player 11 and tried to sync it?

When you plug the Sansa in, Vista should recognize and the Sansa should show connected. XP should do the same thing.

http://www.sandisk.com/sansa/#/support-0/
This is for the Sansa e200 series
Go to this site: there is a firware update
also, Media Converter (if you do not have it)
User manual
How to videos
More Support information

In the manual it shows that the 4gb is the Sansa e260; is that what you have?

You can also go to:
http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1605
for more information

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With software and computers changing constantly-I use older software for older macs. You will continuously run into problems dealing with new software and old computers. See if you can find older versions that still run great rather than the creative suite. Stick with earlier system software as well. Now days 640 for memory is not much because of the increase in software space use. You can also allocate memory to certain software you use most.

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