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If it is v2 then it should not be a problem but v1 models can only support 2gb UNLESS you install rockbox firmware which can be found at http://www.rockbox.org/ and this will allow v1 models to play more than 2gb cards but this only works on v1 models so if you have v2 then this want help. But this sounds like you have a v1 model since its not playing.

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