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connect to your pc using usb connection. sansa should be recognized as storage media drive. navigate to the drive. Drag and drop files to music/video folder. Enable show hidden files and folders in your windows folder settings. Tools>Folder Options>View. Some of the folders are hidden. You can delete the preloaded music also.Some of them are in the radio folder.
i just moved back with my family and do not have my computer though my sister has an ipod USB cord but my sansa MP3 player 6.0GB wont recharge, how can i get my sister's computer to recognize my MP3 player?
download the latest firmware from 7/?/2002 I had this problem too and tried all kinds suggested solutions. The main problem was that no computer would recognize the e250 in MTP mode--which is what you need to transfer songs with DRMs from Rhapsody or similar services. The latest firmware fixed the problem. I gave up on the whole thing about about a year ago. What a waste of precious time that could have been spent in nerdy musical bliss.
Plug the cables into your computer and the Sansa. Make sure your computer has the Sansa Media Converter installed (supplied with your Sansa). Start Sansa Media Converter. Click on "Add Files" and select the files to be added. Then click on "Convert". Wait for the program to finish, and close Sansa Media Converter. Unplug your Sansa. Enjoy videos. :D