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Micro sd I could use a quick over view. I added a 2gb micro sd card.Do I have to add songs to this card as a seperate file? I would prefer that my player now shows itself as a 6gb player. Anyway to make this happen? Thanks for any help.

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Yes you need to put music in the micro sd seperately.

Posted on Jul 11, 2007

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