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Downloading music from my pc to phone

I'am having trouble downloading music to my motorola l7c phone. i have a 2gb sandisk memory card for my phone. so i can copy music from my pc to the phone? i'am using windows media player 9

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This is the same deal with a lot of other people, including myself. You need a smaller SD card to transfer anything. The problem I've had is getting Windows to recognize my SD card when I insert it into my laptop. But the first issue you'd have is with a 2GB card, which isn't recognized in the SLVR. Also, some cards aren't compatible with Windows. Cheap ones like Transcend have issues being read and formatted by Windows, cause they're cheap to begin with. Get something from perhaps Crucial or Kingston. You're better off with a good brand anyways.

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