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Can't add playlists

I own a sandisk sansa E260 (4GB) and i cant figure out how to add additional playlists. please help me

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  • nathanman101 Dec 04, 2007

    please anyone help me

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Go to computer than click on Sansa e260
- Click on PPI NAND
- Click on PLAYLISTS
- Create a new FOLDER
- Give your playlist a name
- than put the music in it.

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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