Media player doesn't recognize sansa fuse

Sansa is recognized in the currency manager, but not in windows media player

Hi, Mary Kennedy, g.

·         You get the error message?

·         He has already worked with Windows media player?

Follow these methods.

Method 1: Follow the steps in the article.

Set up a device to sync in Windows Media Player

Method 2: Update the latest software/drivers for the device.

For reference:

Windows Media Player sync: frequently asked questions

Sync manually in Windows Media Player

If the problem persists, you can contact Sandisk support for more help and information.

http://KB.SanDisk.com/app/answers/detail/A_ID/3249/~/Sansa-fuze-support-information-page

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