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The e200 series does not support SDHC cards with stock software. You're stuck using regular 2 gig microSD cards, OR upgrading to Rockbox software, which DOES support the SDHC cards. It's a software limitation, in other words, not a hardware limitation.
You want an SD card. Bought the same size and shape as a postage stamp with one corner cut off. Get this though; they make an SD-HC card now the exact size and shape. You can't use it. Must say "SD" only. You should be able to get 2GB for about $8 -$10.
Check the owners manual for limitations on the external memory. Sometimes the MP3 player has a limit on external memory. Lets say 2 GB. Also make sure the lock switch is disengaged. Also try to reformat the player.
Thing is that the memory card is in a totally diffrent folder... you need to put the card into your mp3 then open both folders. download your songs... then voila extra mp3 space!! see for example my mp3 is hooked up to my E: drive but to get access to my memory card i have to open up the F: drive also!! :P