Sansa Fuze - Video, Photo, Playlist

December 1, 2010 0 comments

SanDisk® Sansa® Fuze™ MP3 Player

Expand your enjoyment of the Sansa Fuze. With the built-in memory card slot, simply pop in a SanDisk® microSD /microSDHC card** (the same tiny card that adds storage to many standard cell phones) to expand the storage space for your library - just load up a card with your favorite tunes, audio books, podcasts-and you're good to go.
Or, select a pre-loaded slotRadio card**. 1000 songs. Zero downloads. Listen to 1,000 premium, full-length songs instantly with nothing to download, copy or manage. Simply insert a slotRadio card** and enjoy handcrafted playlists to fit your style, mood or activities.
**Card(s) sold separately


A tool to make easier putting videos on the fuze without Sansa Media Converter

video4fuze is a handy application that will enable you to convert your videos, photos and playlists so they can be easily uploaded to your Sansa Fuze.
Video4Fuze Will Help you to convert all video to the format SANSA wil play and it also makes the Photos and play list for the FUZE
Download  Here OR  Here

Unable to Connect to the ASP.Net WebServer on Localhost

January 15, 2010 10 comments


This problem appeared out of the blue in Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 on my work laptop. Google didn’t help with a solution, so I thought a brief blog post was in order.

The Issue

Trying to launch any ASP.Net application on my local machine, either in debug mode or starting without debugging, started the Cassini ASP.Net Webserver just fine, but the browser just threw up an “unable to connect” error. Google seemed to suggest it might be a corrupt webserver exe, but it seemed to be running fine so I ignored that option. I tried manually specifying a port in the project settings, and even using telnet to try access the port on localhost from the command prompt, but even though the webserver was running, nobody was listening!

How to Fix this Problem

Sometimes during debugging of our website code, we get a message
unable to connect to sever-Here is how we resolve it

1. Download the file from following link -  Download or Download

2. Extract the downloaded file.
3. You will get an exe named WebDev.WebServer.exe, copy this file.
4. Goto your drive containing windows by deault this is C: drive
    The following path
    " C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\DevServer\9.0 "
5. You will find a file named WebDev.WebServer.exe already on that path.
Paste the copied file to the path - This will replace the existing file. Click yes on the message that you want to replace the file. Now try to run the web application code. It will surely run i bet.
Post any question if any here ->

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