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Poblems putting music in my sansa

When i plug in my sansa in windows xp it doesnt recognized... or when i go to windows media player and try to drag the music i cant because i cant find my sansa...

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  • malolos2000 Mar 24, 2008

    I have a sansa e260 player, when i plug it in my computer, it says "driver installation failed, contact manufacturer". what am i suppose to do now?

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The problem you are having right now is because windows media player doesnt recognize your sansa..You need to make sure that your device mode is under MTP mode...To check that you need click on tools, menu, usb mode..and its going to show you the mode..select the appropriate one..Then make sure your computer has all the latest update from microsoft...check to see if your device is listed under device manager..if it is uninstall it and reinstall it..to check to see if the device is listed under device manager...click on start menu, right click on my computer, right click on properties, click on hardware and then device manager..sometimes it might have a yellow exclamations mark next to it..right click and uninsatll it and reinstall it..But make sure you have that device plug in on the back of your computer instead of the front..Let me know what happen before you rate me..
I hope that helps
Please rate accordingly
Thank you
COmputerrep

Posted on Mar 24, 2008

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