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Sansa e200 is not recognized by by computer

My Sansa e200 was working well. I loaded a dozen songs or so and the next time I tried to connect to the computer nothing happened. The player turns on but is not recognized by the computer. I checked the USB ports and they're all working fine. I went to the Sansa web site and tried installing firmware. Nothing. I updated as suggested and nothing. I tried changing the USB mode and there is NO such option in "Settings". I could really use some help and Sansa doesn't seem to be able to.

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**** this sansa e260 the piece of **** froze on me twice and both times i took it back to circuit city and just got a new one. one suggestion when you do get this is keep the repeipt for it

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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