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My Sansa WONT read my micro and wont upload songs

Okay the problem is that my 4gb sansa e260 wont read my 2gb micro sd card. WELL it does BUT !!! it only picks a few songs out of 200 , i tried taking it out while it was on? i tried taking it out while it was off , tried putting a diff micro sd and nothign still the same randomly permament songs. another problem is that i open my windows media player drag my songs in fill it up and it says "SYNCING UP" or w.e. and i see it upload the songs into my mp3 and kick out the ones that are bad files. When its done, i turn on my mp3 and THERES ABOSULTELY NTOHIGN INSIDE of it... so i asked you this peculiar question... WTF IS WRONG MY MP3 IT HAS A WEIRD DISEASE!!!! [never dropped the mp3 or abused or misused it its still intact i just left it on the shelf gathering dust after i bought -.-]

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You should try to copy your music/files to your computer and format your SD Card. After that, copy your music/files back to the SD Card.

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