Question about PNY 2GB microSD Memory Card
It seems there is a filesystem issue with the card. Certain OSes like windows, linux, mac, windows mobile, etc. use different ways of storing info, so the Windows PC may not be recognizing it for that reason.
BUT, the safer and easier was to do this, so that you need not even remove the card from the phone is to connect the phone to your PC using a USB cable. Then it will be recognized and you can transfer back and forth easily.
The idea is to get the files safe on your computer first. THEN we can format the card which is fine because the files were copied to your computer. Once the formatting is done, you are free to move everything back and forth as you prefer.
OH, one last thing, all this mumbo jumbo can be ignored if you have bluetooth on your computer, you can just connect that way.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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