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Sansa e-series won't read data/video off flash

Sansa e-series player won't read data/video off flash memory-- recorded video onto a 4gb micro sdhc but can't find any menu options to play it back on player

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The Sansa will play music off the microSD card but not videos. Videos must be stored in the internal memory.

Posted on Feb 10, 2010

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Did you record it using the provided converter ? also try and see if you copy it to the player itself if that works if it does then its most likely your sd card

Posted on Sep 25, 2009

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