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Re: Lost the card connection plug
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Please be noted that your mp3 memory should show as a drive letter in your explorer, if not, you need to take out your memory card and connect using a card reader, or plug-in to card reader slot if there's any on your computer.
Remove the card and connect to the computer go to my computer and right click on sansa click format do what it says then try and load your media on it to delete your card put the sansa in msc usb mode and connect you will see the card under my computer format that too if you want to
You might be running into a problem with the new card being a SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) card and not just a SD (Secure Digital) card. I have had similar problems with SDHC cards when I put then in older products that have regular SD slots (Photosmart Printer). The cards will still fit into the slots, however the method as to which they are read and written to is different which causes the problem. So, maybe try updating computer hardware drivers or mp3 firmware from the Sansa website. Also, if you can, exchange the 4gb SDHC for a 4gb SD card, this could be a pain in the ****, but this solution should fix your problem definately. Hope some of this helped.
You can add more storage memory for your device by using microSD cards. You can plug the microSD card into the slot provided on the player and then store your files on the card. If you had a 1GB player and added a 1GB card you've effectively doubled your memory. That's probably the memory upgrade you're thinking about.
Try searching the internet for 'mp3 player file recovery' or 'ipod file recovery'. There are some programs out there that will retrieve accidentally erased files. I haven't tried any, so can't recommend any particular one.
The most important thing is to not add anymore stuff to the player until you have attempted a recovery.
The memory won't read 9GB. It should read 1GB of the built-in memory, and then 8GB or slightly less from the SD card. They are actually separate "drives". From this standpoint, it seems like there are 2 possibilities:
1) The player isn't compatible with that new, top of the line SD card. (Most likely the case.)
2) The card is defective and needs to be exchanged under warranty or your money refunded.
if the card is a micro sd card and its one of those ettsy bettsy ones, u need a thingy to put it into to make it fit in bigger slots. if u have 1, what i did is put it in a camera or palm pilot and transfer it onto the card. but that just takes 2 long. open my computer and plug it in. have the card in the slot and click removible disc. if nothing shows up, open your mp3 and click external storage and it should show up. if this doesnt work im email@example.com