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Memory card how do you get music on the memory card(64mb) i can only get songs on the internal memory and that only holds about 20 songs-----HELP!!

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Re: memory card

Had the same problem with 64MB, but was able to use store music on 32MB and 256MB SD cards.

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I Have 2 problems, I put songs on my player and it says that the file doesnt exist on some songs. The player does support the format of the song but its not recognizing it. The other problem is that I...

File Doesnt exist, means the music is not MP3 that your putting on, make sure its MP3 format. In regards to SD card support, the unit doesnt combine the internal and external memory. You would have to access the SD memory from the Explorer icon on the main menu.

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We've just purchased the phone for my daughter she has a memory card installed......her cousin was trying to bluetooth music to her and she had a message that the memory was full??? I'm not very good at...

how large is the external memory card (2 - 5 gigs) and how large is the songs being bluetooth....also check the cell and make sure the internal memory is not on by default switch off (this should be under settings tools) switch to the installed card

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Forge not recognizing SD Card

the socket where card is installed may have internal loose element so its not detecting.check out the card in another device and also check another card in your device.this will confirm the fault.

Mar 06, 2009 | Rio Forge Sport Digital Media Player

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How do i get music on my mp3 player

If you are goin to download music from your computer
first you need a data cable that will connect your mp3 player to your computer. You should have gotten one with the player
i download music from a free music download site. most downloadable music is already in mp3 format so you just have to drag and drop the music. after you connect the mp3 player to your computer the computer should recognize it and list it in my computer along with the hard drive and cd rom drives. there are a couple of ways of adding music from here. you can copy and paste music from your computer, to do this you just have to click on the mp3 player in my computer, a page should open that says internal memory this is the internal memory of the mp3 player click on that, a list of folders should come up. there should be one for photos and one for videos, a few others and one for music. if you copy a song or group of songs from wherever in your computer that you have your music stored you can click back to the folder page. left click on the songs and click copy then click back to the internal memory page, put your mouse pointer over the music folder, left click and hit copy the song or songs will be copied into the music folder and can be accessed in the mp3 player. remember you can hold the control button down on your keyboard and select as many songs as you want to copy. If you want to transfer songs from a music cd you have to first load the cd and transfer the music to your computer. then you have to use a convertor, they are downloadable on the internet for free, then convert the music that you took off the cd to an mp3 format and then use the same steps as above to put the music on your mp3 player. If you are familiar with using your windows explorer on your computer you can open it and just drag the files from the folders they are in into the internal memory folders of your mp3 player.
On a lot of mp3 players the webpage for the product has a program that allows you to convert files and put them onto your mp3 player in one step. you could check the website for the product to see if they offer one.

Dec 28, 2008 | Philips SA5125/37 MP3 Player

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I uploaded pictures, songs and videos into 1GB micro SD card. But in Sansa e250 am able to see only songs in it. am unable to view pictures or vidoes stored in SD card. please help me.

The Sansa will only show photos and play videos from its internal memory, not the microSD card. You can put music on the card, but not photos or videos.

Dec 15, 2008 | SanDisk Sansa e250 MP3 Player

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Display says no files

Free up some memory for the system to work - the player requires 20 - 30 megs of memory to store info (ie indexes files). You are pushing the limit to the edge, if you want to add more music use the external memory card feature but don't exceed the song and folder limit for your firmware limit.
I have the RD2317 1G internal + 1G external - 500 songs; I thought to add a 2G but why; it would hit the song limit of 520.
Warning record feature does not work on cards over 512M consistently - crashes the player - most likely power consumption issue with external card.

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Nextway NMP-100c Player

Have you tried reformatting the memory? The command should be on the Erase menu.

Sep 10, 2007 | Nextway NMP-100C MP3 Player

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Internal Searching for music

I had this same problem. I moved all the files off the device. Went into Windows explorer. Right clicked on the Sansa device (the internal memory, not the expansion card memory. Clicked on format and on the screen that came up I picked "Quick Format." I have just now moved all the music (but not the system files) back onto the player. Turned it on and it is now working. Hope this helps

Feb 27, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e130 MP3 Player

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Sync to internal and external memory without duplicates

Hi try to go MY COMPUTER then go in the the drive check the folder it should have the micro sD folder from there you can just take the song and put them in the folder you want this is the other way i know how to put music in hope it helps.

Feb 26, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e140 MP3 Player

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Sync to player and memory card without duplicates

I got this from: Create two playlists with names such as 1. SANSA Internal and 2. SANSA 2GB (assuming your SD card is 2gb). Load songs into each playlist. Edit the sync properties for each drive to only sycn to those playlists. Sync!

Feb 08, 2007 | SanDisk Sansa e130 MP3 Player

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