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Sandisk micro sd 2 gb storage problem

I have been trying to store files to my 2 gb micro sd card. it will only store up to about 1/4 its capacity. when i look at properties, it stil has more room, but when i try and add more, i keep getting an error saying that it wont load anymore files. i've tried reformatting, but it still is an issue. am i reformatting wrong? i'm also on vista, is that a problem?

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  • lyndalee4372 Apr 15, 2009

    I have a SanDisk 2gb microSD card and a PNY 2GB microSD card and both are doing the same thing.

  • Jeremy May 11, 2010

    Can you provide the specific error message?

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I had the same problem and after hours of searching different forums and search engines I finally solved the problem! Put the files you want to put on the card in to one or more folders (I used one for 356 songs) and then transfer the FOLDER to the card. It worked just fine for me (on Vista) and I'm listening to the songs right now.

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It should not be a problem even if your on Vista. however please try to plug the card in another computer and format it and see if the same thing happens.

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