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Not able view the files in computer

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I have Windows XP OS in my system, My SANSA c250 has some folders inside in it, but i couldn't view or add or delete the file through my system, but its able to do all these in my friend's Laptop, should i need instal software for that in my system ??

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Actually yeah, cos it needs a support to be recognized!! Try it, the player comes with a cd!!

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Albums that have been put on the player in Windows Media Player in MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) mode can be viewed in the Microsoft Media Player.
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Connect the device to the PC in MSC Mode
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