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Sansa c250 sd card installation

I have an mp3 Sansa c250 with micro sd 2 gig card...I inserted the card but the screen still shows memory full from previous downloads. What am I doing wrong???

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Re: Sansa c250 sd card installation

Yes i have the same problem how do i get the music onto card itself

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