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No 'remove safe hardware' icon HOW DO I GET IT OFF THE COMPUTER??

Just got Hubbi a new Sansa e250 can connect to the computer, but have trouble getting the silly thing off, cause there is NO 'remove safe hardware' icon........ please help. ALSO, just been informed that when you do click on a song to play, it is coming up 'bad track bad track bad track. PLEASE HELP. and after thinking we had deleted songs off, it came up with 4 of each song.

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  • Deb Plant Mar 21, 2007

    Tried to, but it doesn't seem to work properly, that's why I use Windows Media Player. Thanks for the help though.

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Are you using the software that came with the sansa?

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2007

    are you using windows media player version 11. If not try upgrading to that version.

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