I have win2k where my new sansa is not getting identified with the software they provided. I checked they only work with xp . Is there a way out that i get the right device driver and a media converter to work with my sansaE250 on a win2k platform only. I dont want to change my platform cause it's working fine.
Hello. I just bought my e250 last week and I am running Win2k. I was aware of its system requirement for Win XP, but I have been able to use the player successfully. I you set the player USB mode to MSC under Settings and make sure your window explorer is set to view hidden files and folders, you will have access to drop and drag music like normal files. I found other suggested at this Sandisk forum as well: http://forums.sandisk.com/sansa/search?board_id=e200&submitted=true&q=windows+2000
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You can download the appropriate driver from http://www.sandisk.com/sandisk-support/driver-download-wizard
You need to use the Sansa Media Converter program to convert videos (and photos) to a format the Sansa can handle. If you don't have the SMC, you can download the Windows version from http://www.megaupload.com/?d=3IPZO6Q0
did you leave the Printer disconnected until the software told you to connect it? This is usually the most common problem with Lexmark printer installation. If you connect the printer then try to install teh software it usually wont work. Also did you install the correct drivers for Win2K. You might try going to the lexmark website and checking to see if they have an up dated driver for your OS. The disc that comes with a new Lexmark may not have the correct driver for Win2K on it.
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Using smart cards with Windows 2000/XP is a two-fold problem.
First, you need to have the card manufacturer's Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP) installed. For Windows 2000/XP, the Schlumberger and Gemplus CSPs are installed and using a "Win2K Compatible" card from either of these vendors does not require the installation of additional software.
The second part to the involves getting a certificate in the correct format onto the card. Assuming you are refering to PKINIT, you will need to have a card with only a single certificate that follows Microsoft's "Smart Card Logon" profile. Additionally, you will need to do some configuration on the Active Directory side to make it work.
Microsoft summerizes the process in the following Knowledge Base article: