Question about SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player
When i plug my Sansa e250 into my computer, the computer tells me the hardware isnt plugged in, and that it is not in a HI- USB but i don't know what that means. How am i going to get music on my mp3 player?
Hi-USB refers to the USB 2.0 standards. It appears your computer only has USB 1.* hardare on it's motherboard. If you have a free PC slot, you can buy a 2.0 USB upgrade card. It will speed up the transfer times between USB devices and your computer. As for your computer not "seeing" your sansa, try another USB cable. If that does not help, check under control panel/system/device manager to see if the device is properly installed. The sansa operates as a "removable drive" so you should see your player as another disk drive in windows explorer. If you have a drivers/installation CD-rom for your player reinstall them, or check the sansa website for possible newer updates. Good Luck!
Posted on May 17, 2007
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