Question about Philips Audio Players & Recorders
Miniature sd card slot only. On player
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check to see if it is the proper SD card. while several size ( memory) cards may fit the port the player may only recognise a 2 or 3 gig card.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
You should probably just copy the mp3 files directly from their source folder over to the micro sd. To do this, put the micro sd into some type of adapter that will allow the computer to read/write to it. There are usb sticks that do this and there are SD adapters you put the micro into so you can use a media reader/writer with it. Once you have the card seen by the computer, just drag and drop your MP3's into the drive letter corresponding to the memory card. After that is done, put it back into the player and turn it on. I should find all your songs and make them available to you.
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
the original file (apparently version 2.0) is here:
the updated driver (version 2.3) is located here:
scroll down to where you see RICOH card reader driver
or more specifically this link here:
even though the site is primarily in german, all the component names are in english, go figure. So it would seem that the asus comp manufacturer are a little more forthcoming than dell in this particular instance. for example, nowhere on my component sheet does it say that RICOH is the manufacturer for the card reader, that's something i got from you guys on the forums
anyway, after installing this driver and rebooting my comp, card reader immediately recognized both MMC and SD media. unfortunately, it was only able to access the mmc card, and i'll be shipping my comp off to dell for whatever motherboard replacement they're willing to give me (which i don't mind, so long as it works when it comes back to me) but i thought these links might be helpful for others who are having the same problem.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
SOURCE: sd card jammed in sd card slot
This may sound bad, but I promise it isn't. Have you tried removing the SD card with a small pair of needle nose pliers or even some twizzers? It sounds like the spring mechanism failed, so your only solution now is to pull it straight out, a little force and it should come right out. There are no pins to bend on an SD card.
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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