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How can I use 8GB micro sd card on my Sansa e280

I have 8GB SanDisk micro sd card. How can I make it work on my Sansa e280? Do need to update firmware? If so where can I get it and how do I update?

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    mp3 player keep saying refresh data base.

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I believe if you upload rockbox http://www.rockbox.org/ to your sansa it will fix this.

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