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I would place the e260 in MSC mode first, as Vista should support this Sansa. Unplug the player, then from the e260 do the following: go to Settings, then choose System Settings then USB Mode & select MSC. Next, connect the E260, Vista should now see the player properly.
Try a firmware upgrade - I couldn't get sure-fire confirmation that this player is compatible with Vista:
Answer: to update the firmware on your TH1602 you will need to: 1. Connect your device prior to installation. 2. Click on the download link. 3. Select "Save" and select the desired folder to save the installer. 4. Run the downloaded installer and follow the instructions to complete installation.
File Name: Pearl_FWUtility_v126.96.36.199.exe
connect your sansa to the pc and then access the drive where PC created from sansa drive. you can delete or replace any video or music files there. but besure to upload sansa movie/video format. refer to your sansa manual for video format. Drivers utilities is in your CD utility that can help convert all video files.
Go to settings, usb mode and change it to msc. Then it will show up as a drive and you can drag songs to your music folder. I just updated my firmwareand now it's loading in MTP mode so Windows Media Player can load it etc.
For everyone having e260 problems here is the answer. First make sure that you have your usb mode on msc before plugging in to the computer. Then go to folder options and select show hidden folders. You now have access to the music folders and can delete music. You can create a new folder or use the music folder for your music. To prevent future problems go to properties on the hidden folders and unhide them.
Check which version of Windows Media Player you have loaded.
Open Windows Media Player. Click "Help" and "about". This should show which version you have.
Windows Automatic Updates may hve updated to version 11.
The Philips HDD6330 is only compatible with version 10 under Windows XP.
If you have version 11, then uninstall and it should roll back to version 10.