Hey how are you? My uncle gave me this mp3 player with no software. My hp pavilion does not have the required driver program to up load new songs... where might i get this software? Do I need to purchase it or is it available online somewhere? Thank you for your time... Adam J. Drennen
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You do not need special software - it acts like an external drive. Just drag the files to the proper folders on the Sansa or use Windows Media Player to create playlists and sync your player to WMP. Then everytime you update your playlists, your player will be updated when you connect again.
The larger Sansa's like my 8 GIG has software for converting video to play on it, but the screen is too small - you will go cross-eyed trying to watch a movie.
And the best place to get these things is on Woot.com. I paid $10 for my 1 GIG clip! Yee - Haww!
Theoretically, you should be able to use this one forever, if you keep charging it. The battery isn't replaceable, so hopefully it will last you a good 3 years or more. The #1 threat to Mp3 players isn't the battery, but keeping up with software/computer environment changes. Most mp3 players introduced to date only last 1-2 years - much shorter than everyone had originally thought.