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Sansa c250 will not show music on memory card

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First, make sure it's a microSD card and not a microSDHC card. If your card is larger than 2GB then it won't work in the c250.
Second, make sure all your music in a folder named "MUSIC" at the root of your card. You can have subfolders in that folder, but the top folder must have that name.

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SOURCE: Sansa c250 Micro SD card not recocnised

You need to create a folder named MUSIC on the MicroSD card to copy your MP3 files into

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SOURCE: how can i manage multiple micro sd cards on my sansa c250 MP3 player

it might not be possible. sorry.

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This player only RELIABLY reads SD cards that are 256 MB or smaller - anything else is a crapshoot

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.to do so plug it and open my computer.(sd card in mp3 player)there should be a mp3 plaer drive and a second one.right click on it and in the sub menu click format

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