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E250 doesn't read the new 4 gb card I got to put more songs on

Got a new sandisk sd 4 gig and put a bunch of songs on it but my 250 isn't even recognizing it when you put it in!

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Your phone may not read SDHC cards... try getting one without SDHC (High Capacity) on it... you may have a 2Gb max size.

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