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I have free space that i can't use on my SanDisk micro SD card.

I have a 2 GB SanDisk micro sd card that won't me put more songs on even though it says i have 1.30 gb of free space on it still. There is nothing on it but songs. It works fine in my phone, i just can't get more songs on it. When i try to put another song on it says "The directory or File cannot be created". My card reader will read more than 2 gb. The songs are MPEG Layer 3 AUDIO type. I get them off of iTunes. I have no idea what is wrong. PLEASE help!

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Make sure its formated FAT 32 or above such as NTFS this will shore up this memory issue problem with your memory stick.

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