I purchased an E130 from MicroCenter as a starter player for my son and the box did not come with the install disk, they suggested I contact Sandisk which I did and have not heard back. Does anybody out there know where I can a copy of the install disk or if its possible to download music without the disk?
Thanks for your time
What operating system do you use?
nothing on the CD is needed.
Windows XP. Neither of us are very techy however I did plug in the player using the USB cable and it recognized that something was plugged in and the player itslef said USB connected but thats as far as it went.
you can just drag and drop your .mp3 or .wma files to the removable disk.
I too purchased one from Micro Center and you dont need a cd to install music to your mp3 what i did was using the window XP media player i push the sync tab and once there you can drag your songs to the sync list and when your done push start sync and it should start, another way you can do is in your music folder where you have down loaded your music ( I have Limewire) right click your mouse the song you want to load in your mp3 and it should show your scan disk 130 device and high light that and it should upload your music now if you still need help let me know and I’ll do my best to help. Now I’m having a problem deleteing any songs i have down loaded to my scandisk 130 by chance did you get a manuel with your scandisk130 because I did not can you or any one reading this post help me any information would be greatly appreicated thanks
… by chance did you get a manuel with your scandisk130 because I did not can you or any one reading this post help me any information would be greatly appreicated thanks
The sticky link on top in the tan bar, entitled “User Guides for Digital Audio Player, Sansa E100 and Sansa C100”
Also, just using Windows Explorer, you can add and delete songs at will. That is what drlucky said.
To blaze8x, you should be able to see the Sansa under My Computer in Windows Explorer, and drag and drop between your PC and the player. That’s the easiest method. If you can’t see the Sansa in Windows Explorer, then the first thing to try is another USB port (if a desktop, try a rear USB port).