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Memory card my 1 gig memory card had a bunch o music I synced into and now sumthing happened.I look in windows media player to listen to my music and nothing was there.all my pictures were all make it worse,I checked to see my memory cards memory and it was still full as if I still had stuff I could download.HELP ME!!!

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  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2009

    some on help me i hav a 4 gig and it sais o mb why help



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For know reason my memory card on my mda woudnt work at all and my wifi search woun't come on at all. whats the problem?

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