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I have a HA90 mp3/wma player and i bought a 8gb sandisk card but my sd card reader writer wont work with it.why?

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I have a road tech ha90 digital music player . inserting a sd card with mp3 and wma format music . i get a erro message.


First, many SD storage music players do not support HCSD. Is the SD card bigger than 2gig? This could be the problem. Try a smaller SD card.

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It may just be your card. Is the protection switch on the card set? You can always try to update the drivers for the reader.

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reformatting the 1gb or the 2gb disk is a snap, but that won't fix your problem, here's how to reformat then I'll discuss the way to make a 1 or 2 GB work, first with the disk and also the reader that came with the Harley MP3 player just plug it into the usb port on your computer, then click start on the computer, then my computer, now you will see Icons for the A,D,E and F drive, the F drive being your storage device ( sound disk ) right click on this and when the drop down window appears you will see either fat or fat32, most likely it's already set to fat32, if not then change it to fat32, now just click on format, a drop down will tell you that all info on the disk will be lost, click O.K. and it will reformat the card.Now to get your Harley HA90 Road Tech MP3 player to read the card, the player will not read a card that has the soundtracks in a folder so you have to open the folder, I have explained the how to in another post on this site, so to save space try to find it, if you cannot then make a post to let me know

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The WMA files are probably copyright protected, and this device was not set up to read them. I would try converting them all ot Mp3 format - you will probably have better luck. Here's the official Harley page that I found:
Here's the best bet - there are pdf instructions for upgrading the software and a few other functions, but no user's manual for it per se:
http://www.harley-davidson.com/cp/moar/en/overview.asp?locale=en_US&bmLocale=en_US&WebLogicSession=IxPr8hMLlpTeiAo8tqS42O5oe0q8OxNYxkSMGILPXoq8DHdmO3IE!-608879135!hdijunapppr08.ihd.hd!7005!8005&HDCWPSession=43nTLxPTw2cyWmlLHvR8BY0pqGFrtc8n5f6GQL4PvhTDBmHHhWQP!1924091048!-135590298

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Check the Sansa tutorials at http://www.sandisk.com/Retail/Default.aspx?CatID=1468
to make sure you have followed all the steps first.

In my experience, every mp3 player/photo frame/etc with a card reader has a MAXIMUM memory limit for the type of card that it can read. It is possible that the Sansa player can only read 2GB Micro SD cards or smaller - and thisi nformation may not have been available when they printed the manual. If you have followed all instructions, and it still will not read the card, try switching to a 2GB Micro SD card.

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When I was looking at this product, I contacted the manufacturer and they made it clear the unit worked best with a 512 mb or smaller card. The problem is not with Sandisk or the SD manufacturer, it is with the HA90.

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