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How do i put songs on the mini sd card i bought for my Sandisk sansa connect mp3 player

I bought a 2gb mini sd card so that i could put more songs on my sandissk sansa connect (4gb) recognizes that the card is in the slot, but i dont know how to get the songs onto the card, it just keeps trying to put songs in the internal memory and telling me that it is full...

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Re: how do i put songs on the mini sd card i bought for...

I'm not sure but you should be able to find the settings for saving data in it's menu and change the location from internal/onboard to memory card.
I hope this helps, and Good Luck.

Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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