PNY micro Sd card will not format and will load music.
Trying to load music onto my PNY micro card and will not take anything. I remember this message for the old days with floppy discs. S D card not formatted would you like to format now ,yes or no . I select yes and my PC tells me card can not be fomated.
Re: PNY micro Sd card will not format and will load...
Sounds like you have Windows 9x/2k. That's the only reason I can think of that it would ask for a disc, because it's asking for drivers that it does not have. Windows XP/Vista have these by default built into the OS. I would check the PNY website for drivers to install on your system so it can read the card.
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You are probably trying to format a micro-SD card that is greater than 2GB eg, micro-SDHC (High Capacity) of 4GB or bigger are not supported by 'older' devices. Stick to 1Gb or 2Gb standard microSD cards for your device.
Most PCs are like that. I don't know what it is but the computer won't do it for mine neither. To put music and such on you sd card for your phone you must format the card while it's in your phone. Goto setting, Memory, Card memory, then click on opions. From there it will say "Format Card". Do it and the lock code is the last four digits or your phone number. After that's done to load music and such you put the sd chip onto you computer and transfer music to the folder on the sd card called "My_music", pix to "My_pix", and so on....
sharp, you have to format the SD through your phone and then copy the music to the folder provided by the phone for the music. make sure you check the playing / bitrate / file type of audio file that the phone is limited to play.
I have found that mine didn't recognize songs if the name of the song was too long. Try going into Windows explorer (with the micro sd card in the computer) and rename at least one of the songs as a test. If that song is recognized by the phone, go back and shorten the names on the rest of the card. Good luck!