Question about SanDisk Sansa m240 MP3 Player
I think i need the disk that i had ,but i heard about some mts or somethin
like that,can you set me straight ?
Alright, if you really have the sansa m240, you shouldn't need a disk for this player to work on the computer, when it is hooked up to the computer, it will have a type of encryption show up on the screen. It will say MTS or MSC I believe, if yours isn't working, then you want the other one which can be changed in the menu settings. Just search all sections until you find it, if you can't, then please send me all of the options that you have to choose from and I will help you find it seeing as I can't remember exactly where it was off of the top of my head (I changed it on my sister's player but I don't live with her and I don't own one myself) I would be more than happy to help, just let me know, thanks
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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