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Had a free Bestbuy deal to get downloads for a month after I bought my sansa- now that its run out - I can't get it to work - any ideas? I don't want to pay their $15 monthly fee.

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Use limewire web site downloading is free but of course be careful it is shared system, then store on hard disk and open files,connect your mp3 and copy and paste from one file to the next, good luck

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My Sansa Media Converter won`t download videos or photos into my Sansa Fuze 4GB.First when I installed the Sansa Media Converter it wouldn`t recognize my Sansa Fuze.After a lot of research on the Internet...


Google a program called
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then you can use it FREE download video or audio form YouTube, google, metacafe, redtube, dailymotion etc. attention: download function is no need to register
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Sansa clip for MP3 music only, cheap & lightweight with great sound- better than the bigger Sansa 250 I bought. I love my 30GB Zune, but it isn't available anymore- I lucked out and got one of the last ones for $99

Generally I don't like players that are tied to a subscription or 3rd party affiliations like the Sansas I bought from Bestbuy. But then I have about 1,000 rare vinyl records from my old school DJing days- so I don't care to buy the tunes I already have and use a hardware device to convert my tunes to MP3 and load them from my pc or burn them to play on a MP3 disc player.

Most players seem to have subscription shovelware installed, so there's no getting around that. but some are worse than others
such as the Sansa 250 2GB from BestBuy that I ended up removing the BestBuy version and reinstalling a clean Sansa firmware. If I would have bought the same unit with out all the promotional **** on it I would have enjoyed it and used it more and not wasted my time uninstalling and reinstalling the firmware.

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My recommendation is to get a name brand player after you try them at a retailer to decide which suits your need best for screen, weight, size, capacity & budget. Look for one that is expandable with a microSD card since the cards are swappable and capacity is getting cheaper everyday- much cheaper than buying a new player with more GB. Then shop for price and the subscription bloatware on the units you look at. Don't overlook online retailers like NewEgg etc.

Please-Don't waste your money on a GPX anything or some other off brand that will fail within a week if you ever can get them to work at all. You know the saying "you get what you pay for?" - well, wiith GPX you get much less than you pay for.

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www.sandisk.com

Any set of cheap earbuds will do the trick!
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Hello Bognetta and kizarb,

To redeem the coupon for the five free downloads go to the following web address:

http://www.bestbuy.com/olspage.jsp?id=pcmcat149800050018&type=category

Once you load that page, click the link that says "Get your five bonus tracks here" and then input the information that it asks for.

Sorry for the confusion. Hope this help.s

Best Regards
Ken
Go Ahead. Use Us.

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ben there are actually two modes of transfer the player is using. The first is by choosing MSC/Rhapsody on the player. You can drag and drop songs to the player provided they are not purchase from any online music stores like rhapsody, bestbuy music, or walmart.com. The other mode is MTP/Plays for Sure you can transfer songs to the player using windows media player 11 software or any mtp softwares. You can use this link for more instructions

http://sandisk.com/sansa/ then choose support then softwares and user manual then choose your model then on the right window click on the link How to Videos.

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did you use sansa media converter if yes probabli the converter doesnot recognise the vide so u need to converted to mpeg first the put it in the sansa media converter. hope it helps.

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