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ok try to use itunes software or windows media player software. this may be user friendly for you. Use itunes it is best just add everything in the library then select synchronise to your mp3 player. be sure to connect and your computer detect the mp3 player. ok cheers uttam
You can get the Sansa Media Converter from Sandisk's website.
You must use the Sansa Media Converter to transfer videos. If the video is DRM-protected (many of Real's movies are), it may not actually convert. But if the video is DRM-free, then the Sansa Media Converter will perform the conversion and load the video onto the player. The Sansa Media Converter may or may not recognize certain file formats, so you may need to download an additional program such as Riva FLV Encoder to convert the Real video to AVI format first - then the Sansa Media Converter will recognize the file. -Tha Mp3 Doctor
You must download and install the Sansa Media Converter to put videos on your Sansa player. If you have lost the installation CD, you can download the software for free from Sandisk's website. -Tha Mp3 Doctor
you need to use Youteube download software/program i forgot the exact name of the software that will work after it has been downloaded convert them to wmv , after that you can then download the sansa media covnerter on downloading the video to your sansa. you can download the sansa emdia converter at
No You Don't Have To Converter The Tracks. It Depends On How You Put The Tracks On Your Sansa, Do You Drag And Drop Or Do You Sync With Copy To Device In Windows Media Player 9, Or Sync In Windows Media Player