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Loading picture to sandisk c200 MP3

I wish to load a family photo which is approx 2.7 MB sized JPEG file. I could save it to sandisk ---> Photo, but can not see it. I get the msg which says "plz use sansa media converter to convert this photo file" What is this sansa media converter & how do I make use of it?
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Go to this website CLICK HERE to download the converter.  You use it by selecting the files that you want to convert and then choosing the location that you want them to end.  You should then be able to view these files with your mp3

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