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  • edlock Feb 06, 2010

    problem solved. thanks

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    odiebugs May 11, 2010

    First, jpeg files are the most used image file there is, if the file says JPG, Did you read your manual, it says you need the Sansa Media Converter using Sansa Media Converter to add them. So either you didn't follow the instructions, or the picture you tried to load is corrupt. Here is your manual, and the page it tell you how to load the pictures is, pg 20. At the very bottom of the page on the left side in red it says user manual.



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AMV & MTV. are whats used. You need a converter, there are many free ones around, generally though the software that came with your player usually does it?

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