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Sansa E 250

I Put in a 8 Gig in the slot and it does Not show up only the 2 gig.

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  • jntskip Jan 16, 2009

    Will this not work with a 4G card either?

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An 8G card is too big for this player - use a 1G or 2G

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I have a 2 gig sansa, and it will only let me use less that 1 gig of space. how can i use the rest?


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The larger Sansa's like my 8 GIG has software for converting video to play on it, but the screen is too small - you will go cross-eyed trying to watch a movie.

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