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My media player won't detect my mini sd card, but my mp3 will

When I have my Sandisk mini sd card inserted in my Sansa e250 mp3 player, it detects the card. My windows media player does not detect the card though. The player detects my mp3 though. How can I fix this, and how can I upload files onto my mini sd card?

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  • Anonymous Dec 26, 2008

    I plugged my sansa e250 into my laptop but itj says theres no files on the device

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Sometimes it appears that it does not detect it, but goo to your bottom left corner of your computer screen, click on the start, and then go to "computer" and click on it, now look under "storage devices" it should appear there. look for the device that wasn't there before, sometimes the name changes.

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