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HERE IS THE PROBLEM........ THERE IS NONE
what happens is that the memory card take long to process the data rapidly and so it happens when u scroll too fast from song to song also how big the memory card is
Have you installed and tested the drivers? Are you able to copy pictures across? If you're using the bundled software to copy files across, try opening the phone's folder using Windows Explorer and copying them straight over. This uses the obex drivers - USB mass storage and file transfer.
Otherwise, there may be a problem with the file you downloaded. Check it's size - if it's of an unusually small size (under 300 KB, unless it's a REALLY short song!) it may be corrupt. Try ripping a song from a CD with Windows Media Player, then copying that across. Be sure to change the rip settings to MP3.
Hope this is of some help...
If the data-cable is connected to the phone, then it "locks out" access from the phones interface to your memory card.
If you unplug your phone and search the phone, i believe you should be able to see them.
If the music files you transferred to the phone are in the format .WMA the phone cannot play them. They need to be something like .AAC or .MP3, as the native Windows WMA-format is not supported by the W810i.
If the problem persists try updating your phones software using the SE-Software updater.