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How to charge the Sandisk 4.0 GB sansa Rhapsody e260R .. I do not know anything about it..

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There should have been a cord included with the Sansa. It has a standard USB connector on one end and a rather flat connector marked "Sansa" on the other other end. This end goes into the slot at the bottom of the Sansa, with the "Sansa" label up (on the same side as the screen on the Sansa). The other end goes into a USB connector on a computer. Leave the computer powered on to deliver power to the Sansa.

You can download a copy of the manual from the manufacturer's web site at http://www.sansa.com

Posted on Apr 28, 2010

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Below are the instructions. I hope I've made them clear enough!
Make sure your device is under MSC instead of MTP...To do that go under Menu, settings and then usb mode...
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Step 1
Open up Windows Explorer: Start > Programs > Accessories > Windows Explorer

Step 2
On the right of Windows Explorer, click on My Computer

Step 3
You should see two devices after your CDROM drive. One will be SANSA E260R and the other will be Sansa e200R Rhapsody. Chose the one on the top; the one that doesn't say Rhapsody. It may say E250R, E260R, E270R, or E280R depending on which model you have.

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Once you're viewing the device, you'll see the folders: PHOTO and VIDEO. These are the folders that contain your photos and videos. For videos, you can simply remove the video you want to delete - it will completely remove it.

I hope that helps
Please rate accordingly
Thank you
Computerrep

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Below are the instructions. I hope I've made them clear enough!
Make sure your device is under MSC instead of MTP...To do that go under Menu, settings and then usb mode...
--

Step 1
Open up Windows Explorer: Start > Programs > Accessories > Windows Explorer

Step 2
On the right of Windows Explorer, click on My Computer

Step 3
You should see two devices after your CDROM drive. One will be SANSA E260R and the other will be Sansa e200R Rhapsody. Chose the one on the top; the one that doesn't say Rhapsody. It may say E250R, E260R, E270R, or E280R depending on which model you have.

Step 4
Once you're viewing the device, you'll see the folders: PHOTO and VIDEO. These are the folders that contain your photos and videos. For videos, you can simply remove the video you want to delete - it will completely remove it.

I hope that helps
Please rate accordingly
Thank you
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