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Windows Media cannot read my music "all of a sudden"

My 2gb mini sd card for my pda, which was operating at about 30% of it's capacity, can only read 4 files. I've troubleshooted the setting under system/memory but still no luck. However, my computer can still read all the files that were previously on the card. What else is there to do?

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You probably need to reformat the card

Posted on Oct 02, 2007

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