I got my Sansa Fuze about a month ago specifically because it was compatible with my free library downloadable audiobooks. Now this is the second time I have had this problem. Last weekend I called the support line, which at this time is closed (and let me add I think that’s really lame – so many of us can’t call during work hours and do our thing on the weekend), and the technician walked me through the solution, which worked. I downloaded my audiobooks and had no problem. However, today I downloaded two new audiobooks, and suddnly I am having the same problem again. What happens is that I listen to one or two chapters and then it stops, and I get a message saying Synchronize files to continue music subscription. Last weekend the technician walked me through the steps to resolve the issue, and I think I remember them, so I could probably do the same thing - it had to do with the USB setting and licensing. (On a related issue, both Rhapsody and Overdrive Media Console, which is the audiobook software, won’t even read my Sansa unless it’s on MSD – this may be due to my computer, which is very old and slow). But: I have spent hours now loading music onto my Sansa, and his steps involved deleting everything and rebooting, basically. I really do not want to have to go through this every time I want to download an audiobook from the library. Can someone help? Seriously, if I have to go through this every time, I’m going to return this and get something else. I should add, just as an FYI, that my Internet connection is pretty limited; it’s only available on weekends for reasons I won’t go into, so even though I’ve had this thing for a month, I’ve only had about 6 days to really work with it online, and it’s likely to be that way for the foreseeable future. My connection is slow and downloading audiobooks takes hours. I have just three days in which to download audiobooks to last me through the week at my hellishly boring job. Please help!
Thanks in advance!
BurnerBella (new user)