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E260 Vista SP1 Drivers

Since upgrading to Vista SP1, I cannot access my e260.
Any drivers anywhere?

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You should be able to access it as a flash drive straightaway; yes, the Sansa.com site has drivers on it.... But keep searching the web on

  1. Vista SP1 Sansa Drive Mount
...and try changing the Sansa between USB modes.

Posted on Jun 03, 2008

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I hope this helps..
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