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Third Party => Other Utilities => Topic started by: fanta2 on March 29, 2010, 05:56:32 AM

Title: e200tool for Windows
Post by: fanta2 on March 29, 2010, 05:56:32 AM
I recently had to fix a bricked Sansa e200; and managed to get e200tool compiling on MSVC (i.e. without cygwin). I figured someone might find it handy; so I'm uploading it here.

Source is included, but you'll need to find a copy of stdint.h for MSVC to compile it (I used http://msinttypes.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/stdint.h). The binary compiled should work on x86 computers; but I've only tested it on x64.

Compatible libusb drivers are also included, but for x64 you'll need to boot up with Driver Signature Enforcement disabled (hit F8 whilst booting) to install and use them (otherwise Windows will either refuse to install the drivers or disable your USB controller driver). You might need to install them twice since the Sansa E200 at least changes it's USB IDs during the bootstrapping process.

Otherwise it should be pretty much the same as it is on linux. Usage is at YOUR OWN RISK, as always.

Download here: http://rapidshare.com/files/369499049/e200tool.zip.html (sorry about the rapidshare, I couldn't think of any other quick and easy filesharing service off the top of my head)
Title: Re: e200tool for Windows
Post by: beatnik on November 11, 2010, 03:28:08 PM
I know it has been almost 9 months since you posted this although since it was still on the first page of the forum it peaked my interest and then i found that the second link does not work maybe you could upload it somewhere else?
Title: Re: e200tool for Windows
Post by: soap on November 11, 2010, 06:18:36 PM
It has also been nearly 9 months since fanta2 has made an appearance on these forums.  You would be better served by PMing him (and praying he has email notifications turned on).
Title: Re: e200tool for Windows
Post by: fanta2 on November 12, 2010, 05:11:05 AM
Fortunately I had reply notification turned on for this thread, so I got an email about this earlier today. I did some digging and managed to find what (I'm pretty sure) is a copy of the e200tool source code and binary I uploaded before. I've stored it on my Dropbox account for now, so it should hopefully stay up for a fair while: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1450818/e200tool.zip