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your micro SD card may be damaged in some small way, or the card reader is a defect in it, to see which one it is, ****TRY TO BUY ANOTHER SD card, your phone can support up to a 2 GB micro SD card, if it persists, then *********** board in the phone has a defect.
First. Take out your micro-sd card out of your phone. put it in the micro sd card reader. and then place that sd card into a card reader or printer. then go to my computer and copy your MP3's into a folder called, i THINK its called MUSIC, then take out of the computer, take the micro sd out of the sd car and place it back into ur phone. then go to menu and go to media player.then go down to Memory Card
I'm not sure about your phone, but with the one that i just purchased i bought a SD card reader that plugs into the USB port. The micro SD that i bought came with an adapter and goes right into the card reader. Your computer will recognize it once you plug it in with the card in it. You can find one at walmart in the camera section.
i found something to fix it. or at least it worked for me http://hddguru.com/download/software/HDDGURU-Low-Level-Format-Tool/LLFsetup.2.36.1181.exe Install that, then run the program and CAREFULLY select your card from the formatting list then do a low level format Then format it on windows or phone or whatever
PLEASE BE CAREFULL NOT TO SELECT YOUR HARD DISK IN THE PROGRAM. IT WILL VAPORIZE ALL YOUR DADA