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Sandisk Sansa C250 won't recognize 8Gig micro chip

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Your model doesn't natively support SD cards over 4GB, however I hear you can install something called "Rockbox," it's a free third party firmware that allows you to dual boot between "Rockbox" and the Sansa firmware. "Rockbox" adds the support you need for SD cards with a capacity of 4GB or more. I've never used this firmware, but it does sound promising.
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Sorry I couldn't be more help.

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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