Sansa 1 Gig Mp3 Player


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Guest

My computer will not recognize the Sansa "Play for Sure" device. I connect
it to another computer and it is identified as the Sansa m240 without a
hitch. On my computer it shows up with a drive letter and removable device.
I have worked with Napster and Sandisk with no luck. I am running WMP10 and
have performed all applicable updates. Ideas?
 
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Guest

Is the USB setting of your device set to MTP mode? I think I may be having a
similar problem. When my Sansa m250 is set to MSC mode, it shows up on my
laptop as removable storage device. When set to MTP mode, it shows up under
device manager, but not in Windows Media Player or in My Computer. When I
try it on my desktop and other laptop (in MTP mode) it works fine.

Sean
 
P

Psychoholic

seaninbinghamton said:
*Is the USB setting of your device set to MTP mode? I think I may be
having a
similar problem. When my Sansa m250 is set to MSC mode, it shows up
on my
laptop as removable storage device. When set to MTP mode, it shows
up under
device manager, but not in Windows Media Player or in My Computer.
When I
try it on my desktop and other laptop (in MTP mode) it works fine.

Sean

I am having the exact same problem with my m240. Works fine on my
wife's XP Home laptop (dell inspiron 6000), but my dell inspiron 6000
(win xp pro sp2) doesn't work. I've uninstalled/reinstalled wmp10
twice, re/re the drivers for the sansa device, every update known to
man, the mtp patch for wmp10, upgraded the firmware, etc... Nothing. I
have a support ticket open with Sandisk about the issue, but I don't
expect it to come to anything useful.

Chris
 
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nategetchey

as an answer to this question i was having the same problem and i was playing
around and turned on the hold function and it switched to msc mode and
installed the drivers automatically so that may help you
 

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