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Try to get hold of a usb card reader that support your memory card and format it on your pc, both the camera and the card reader is using the FAT 32 File System to format. The one i use is a Transcend RDP8 and can take five different cards
Do you have a separate microSD card reader? Maybe a friend has one? Try transferring the files with the reader to see if the microSD card is the problem. If the files transfer fine with the reader, then it's either your phone, cable, or PC that's causing the problem (either a driver issue, or an Operating System issue).
Did you try hooking your phone up to another PC and transferring files? If it works on the other PC, you'll know if it's your PC that's the problem. If it doesn't, then it's obviously the phone or the cable.
Try a different miniUSB cable. They're very common nowadays, and you can use spare ones that come with your digital camera & other PC accessories. If it works with another cable, then your old cable was the problem.
If you still haven't found the problem, and it happens irregardless of whether you use a different PC or cable, and your microSD card is working fine in a reader, then you know it's your phone that has a problem. Ask your operator for a replacement...
if your computer has flash card readers, you would need to use a micro sd card to be able to use in on your computer. if your computer/laptop does not have a card reader, you would need to buy a data cable for your phone. if you use your pc/laptop's card reader, open your MY COMPUTER folder and it will be drive E. if you use a data cable, your phone should've came with a software cd when you bought it. you have to install your phone's software on your pc/laptop for transferring files using the data cable.
to put songs on the card for your phone to use, you just drag and drop the mp3 file to the MUSIC folder of the card. a lot of people make the mistake of putting it in the AUDIO folder. the phones music player CANNOT read files in the AUDIO folder. it only reads the music files if it's in the MUSIC FOLDER.
Try a CF card reader. If that shows no files then try some file recovery software with the card reader acting like a drive. There are some nice freeware programs that might help.
It may be that the files are corrupted then the solution is more difficult.