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Memory Card is stupid

Ok so I got a memory card for my mp3 player when it ran out of space and I wanted to add more I put it into the mp3 player and then I go to add more songs and it says that the memory is all used up and I will need to delete songs to add more...but I just put a memory card in so it should let me put more on it...please help would be greatly appreciated.

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How do you qet sonqs on a memory card to beqin with ?!
i need help too !

Posted on May 01, 2008


I figured out how to get music on my card! Media Player and the regular "My Computer" section of Windows XP kept telling me the memory card was write protected. I took it out of my player and put it into a SanDisk card reader. It showed it as empty, of course. I copy and pasted the songs I wanted and knew were not already on the ilo. They copied fine. I put the card back into the ilo, powered it up and then using artist scanned for the items I had just added and all were there. Why we have to go thru so much to get songs on the memory card is beyond me but it does work!

Posted on Apr 30, 2007


I have the same problem with mine and it seems like Media Player is listing the card as a separate device. As to looking it up in the manual - I did and not a thing was mentioned regarding the memory card.

Posted on Apr 30, 2007

Read the user's manual you got with the mp3 player

Posted on Mar 27, 2007

If it is a SD/MMC card, the usual for mp3 players, you will sometimes need to manage files differently. The memory card is sometimes listed as a separate removable drive in "My Computer" or find it in the device manager. I would suggest looking at the instructions, but you could try copying the files to a folder if you have been trying the drag and dump into the root directory.

Posted on Feb 10, 2007

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