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External memory read

My sandisc is not read the external memory card

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Verify that you are using a microSD card (max 2GB), not a microSDHC (4GB or larger) card.
You can use a microSDHC if you install RockBox on your Sansa C240, but it will be read-only. You will have to use an external card reader to copy media to it.

Posted on Mar 21, 2009

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