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Getting 4GB Micro SD to work

I put the card in but the memory does not seem to come up and I went on the computer but I don't see this extra memory show up. Your expertees ASAP would be gladly appreciated.

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Re: Getting 4GB Micro SD to work

The card will not add to the MP3's memory, it shows up as a removable disk on Windows Media Player version 11.

Otherwise, you can manually drag & drop files thru My Computer>Removable Disk (*).

FYI, the memory card will only support un-protected MP3 files, not Rhapsody or other subscription content. Also, you will need to free up some space on the player to allow some free space for the database to accommodate for the additional music.

Best of Luck.

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