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Sansa e200 My Sansa E200 was working fine with a 1 Gig Micro SD Flash drive .Now after it Refreshes the database none of the songs on the Micro SD show up in any of the menu's. I updated the player at the Sandisk web site,checked the flash drive in me PC.All the songs were present and playable. Yet when I insert the card back into my player it refreshes and the songs are still a no show..please advise... Thanks

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  • Anonymous Nov 05, 2007

    I'm having the same problem. Some of the music that I loaded on to the micro sd does play, but if I add any new songs to th micro sd, they do not show up on the player. The songs will play if I hook the player up to my PC though.

  • dfghjdfd Dec 07, 2007

    mine still dose not work



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