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Am unable to transfer music to a 1Gb SD chip

When I put a 1Gb chip in, it is recognized as an SD chip, but when I try to move a song, the software states "file not recognized. Please format (or close to that statement)". So I format. Result = zero. Same thing. It is an endless circle. Help Thanks, mbb55

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Yes look in the net to get a mp3 converter toacc then just drag those files you converted to your SD card it will work. search google mp3 to acc.

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