Question about SanDisk Sansa e260 MP3 Player
I purchased the sandisk sansa e260 and it came with a 30 day free trial of the rhapsoday/best buy digital music store. i have been trying for over a week to install the program with no luck. everytime i try to download it, it takes hours on end, then it gets to 99% downloaded, then says there was a problem and won't finish. or i can get it downloaded, but when i try to open it, it states that it is already running and there is new updates. so it says it will close rhapsody that is running, to update software, and again, it finds and error. one time it stated that it might be due to firewalls etc, and to turn them off in order to get them to work, which i did, but still nothing. the rhapsody program was on my computer, but everytime i try to open it, it gives me the same problems. so each time i would delete the files and try to download again, with no luck.
it let me sign up at one time, then i when i went to log on, started all this stuff again. so my 30 day free trial is counting down, yet i cannot even get to the site. i have tried the disc that came with the sandisk and also via the best buy website. neither are wanting to download correctly and it's getting frustrating. any ideas?
If you have a Windows version that is older than XP, Rhapsody will no longer work. The written documentation says it will, but this is dated information - you will have to get Windows XP or Vista for it to download Rhapsody. Most other music svcs are the same way.
Posted on May 23, 2008
Renew your Rhpasody or Napster subscriptions and reload/resync the songs - those two service shave fixed-term licenses
Posted on May 24, 2008
You can go to the sandisk website and click on support then downloads. Then select your product. Here is a quick link to the downloads page. This is for the drivers and firmware update. Hope this helps you. http://www.sandisk.com/DriverDownload/index.asp
Posted on Mar 08, 2009
The XP did not recognize the device because I used a after- marked USB expander board that did not provide enough power to the device. Plugging to the Motherboard - attached USB port solved the problem.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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