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Sansa c240 will not load chip

When I put my 2gb Micro chip in my c240 it starts to refeash then just stops. I let it sit alday and it did NOTHING... What do I do????

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I used a 4gb micro chip and everything works fine. NO MORE PROBLEM>>>>>>

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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