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Added 2gb micro card

The sansa micro 2gb card I added to my Sansa e250r does not give me any additional memory space.please advise

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The player can read the card, but it is not going to add more memory space to the player. The function of the card reader is to enable your player to play songs that you otherwise couldn't play because the hard drive is full.

-Tha Mp3 Doctor

Posted on Dec 30, 2008

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I added a micro2 gb sandisk cardto my sansa e250r but it will not allow me the extra 2gb. please advise. thanks


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-Tha Mp3 Doctor

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You have the newest version, indicated by a V2 on the back of the unit. You do not have the MODE option on your device.

The memory card shows up as part of the total memory, you cannot access it separately.

If you mean on the PC, it does not show up in Windows Media Player 10, but it does in WMP 11. If you are using Rhapsody, it does not show. It also shows up in My Computer as a Sansa e250R, right next to the device.





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If you want more memory, I highly suggest a microSD card

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