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Sansa 250, and media converter won't recognize new mini sd card

I've followed all the instructions here for solutions 1 and 2, and discovered something. When I right clicked on my computer, and went to manage, my computer has given the memory card it's own removable disk slot. This doesn't register with the Sansa media converter, and will not allow me to load info on it. Even when I click on the removable disk space, it says to insert a disk into the drive. I know that the card reader works, because I placed my mini sd from my phone in there and it played the music that was stored. I'm trying to place video on it, but it won't do either video or audio. Help!!
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  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2009

    you haveto get a micro sd not a micro sdhc i have the same problem

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The Sansa will only play videos stored in its internal memory, not on a microSD card. You can put music on the card, but not videos or photos.

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