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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try to format the SD 2GB card with Fat32 to some volumes so u will have multiple drives on the same single SD card. You can do it via card reader and format command from your PC. If this does not help it is possible that the device can not read big size 2GB SD cards.
Posted on Nov 13, 2006
Did you place the MP3 songs in the Root directory of the SD card, or create separate folders for them?
The Root directory will only hold so many files or directory names before being "full". More files can be saved in subfolders. My personal preference is to sort songs into individual album folders, which are in turn saved in individual artist folders. The music collection stays organized, and the number of files which can be saved, is limited mostly by the file size.
I like to create such folders first on the PC hard drive; then create M3U playlists for each album using WinAmp. I save each playlist in the respective Artist folder.
When I want to add songs to an SD Card (or my other Portable player), I simply copy the .M3U and Album folder over to the matching artist folder on the SD card.
My recent personal research to resolve a MicroSDHC card compatibility problem, suggests that SD cards should not be reformatted, particularly by an operating system format, such as is native to Windows (XP).
I have a 4 GB Class 4 Kingston MicroSDHC card which only worked in my Sprint Muziq phone for a short time after the phone was powered up. After the phone was on for 10+ minutes the card was unreadable. It would work fine again for a short time after the phone was "rebooted".
It turns out that my FAT32 reformat of the card using Windows XP was the culprit.
I found a Panasonic SD Card formatting utility which resolved the problem completely. I simply copied all folders & files off of the card, reformatted the card again via the Panasonic utility, and copied my files back on. I have had no further problems with the 4GB MicroSD card in my Sprint Muziq phone.
The SDFv2002.exe can be downloaded from the Panasonic web site at: http://panasonic.jp/support/global/cs/sd/index.html
Posted on Mar 26, 2008
SOURCE: SD card capacity
Yes, the hardware is SDHC-compatible. You just need to apply Microsoft hotfix KB934428 for Windows XP (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=de&FamilyID=6edfb30f-b1ab-42a8-a330-acd6762961bc) and you are set. 16GB SDHC working like a charm.
Posted on May 14, 2008
Anything over 4GB is a Micro SDHC card, not a Micro SD card. It is a completely different type of card format on the inside, and despite the compatible size and shape, it will not work on devices labeled only as Micro SD card compatible. The Sansa e200 and up (e250, e260, ect.) are NOT COMPATIBLE WITH MICRO SDHC CARDS (Micro SD cards that exceed 2GB in capacity).
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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