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Using an external memory card

After entering the external memory card, the player will not read it. It reads the card in the "About" section, but it shows the card is empty.

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Re: Using an external memory card

You should format the Sd card by the software from rio, and I am using 1g SDcard ,I am not sure if 2g sd card works fine.

Posted on May 19, 2008

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