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Sansa e250R rapsody mp3 player

I have sansa e250R Rapsody player, i lost my driver cd and iam not able to download or upload files in my player. please find solution for me how to do and how to get a free driver software

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  • hecyba Apr 13, 2008

    dropped my sansa e250r player and now the screen and player freeze. is there anything I can do to fix problem.

  • shenty Apr 14, 2008

    i lost my cd and cant download music cuz my computer doesnt reconize this device

  • momcaley Apr 14, 2008

    i have the same problem i lost the cd and now not able to upload any new songs, but the website has only firmware update for this model where can i find the driver. plz help

  • Anonymous Jun 28, 2008

    i lost my cd driver

  • Anonymous Jan 07, 2009

    need software to install it my computer doesnt see it

  • Anonymous Apr 20, 2009

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  • jkbinay May 09, 2009

    Yep, I've got the exact same problem! When I plug my Sansa to my computer, either windows, or either media player recognize it!

  • jkbinay May 09, 2009

    What program should I use to make windows recognize what I have on my sansa!??

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Ok.creo que encontre la solucion para esto..si quieres has todo los que los demas te recomiendan pero te voy a decir algo que yo descubri y creo que es importantisimo...yo baje muchos software diferentes entre otros programas y nada durante una semana..metete a CONTROL PANEL a DEVICE MANAGER ahi te vas a dar cuenta que es lo unico te detecta el aparato pero mantenlo conectado te lo pone como herror simplemente borralo del sistema desconectas el aparato y lo buelves a conectar y sigue los pasos y listo calisto....

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This is the link for E 200 and E250R Sandisk Sansa Mp3 Player

http://www.sandisk.com/DriverDownload/driverList.asp

Tested Working

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