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Garmin does not read scandisk 2 gb.

Downloaded music from cd to itunes then put songs on scandisk 2gb. when i put scandisk sdhc card it shows that the songs are on the disk.
when i put the scandisk in garmin it no songs
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It might be due to the fact that you garmin cannot read AAC music format(the format itunes uses). try using windows media player to rip the CD then put the music on the card using windows media player. this should take care of your issue.

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