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Sansa view it wont let me sync music to my player and i just bought it today and dont want to have to return it

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  • Nikki m Apr 01, 2008

    just bought sansa view won't connect to my computer



    my windows media player does not see that it is connected via usb

    I have rebooted, turned mp3 on and off

    sometimes when I disconnect it will stay connected but computer does not see it

    nikki

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Try all your USB ports - I found that some are USB 1 and some are USB 2 and the view only sync's when plugged into a USB 2 port. I was worried too until I found a lone USB 2 on my dell and plugged into it and tada - it worked!

Posted on Apr 06, 2008

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You can just slide the button th hold then press the center button. it should work

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