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Sansa MP3 Model e260

When I insert my 1GB micro card the player doesn't recognize it.....

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Hello,
If you are still having the problem try this.
Take an ordinary pencil eraser. LIGHTLY go over the contacts of the micro disk, try to make sure to use a motion that goes from center of chip to outer edge. In this way you will avoid static electricity. The contacts should be a shiny gold.

If the contacts on the Sansa are visible, try the same for those contacts. If they are not visible, try to use a q-tip dipped in ordinary rubbing alcohol.

Try now with the contacts clean and dry.

p.s. It is usually the simplest things that go wrong, and that we overlook.

MacFalic

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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