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More memory? Me sansa e250 works great. I bought a 4gb chip from radio shack where the mp3 player was bought so i can put more music on it. Is a 4 gb chip to much for it. Should i go buy a 2 gb chip for it. Will it handle anymore music at all.

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I haven't tried this, but I see no reason it why it shouldn't work. I have used an 2gb expansion card in my Sansa and it works just fine. The only problem is it will only play music off of an SD card, no video. I guess this is only to much memory if you don't need it. Rough guess is that a 4gb will hold roughly 1000 songs. I would only go for the smaller sd card if there was a substantial price difference and you won't be needing the extra space.

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